Collections > Scholarly Posters and Presentations > A Secondary Data Analysis Exploring Parent Accommodations and Child Participation in Young Children with ASD

Background and Purpose: Past research has shown that sensory features in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have an effect on family routines, parent accommodations, & child participation, but little research has been conducted on the processes by which these phenomena play out in daily life. This study aims to gain insight into the nature of parent accommodations & sensory features in children with ASD, & explore how child participation & engagement are subsequently impacted. Research Question: What is the nature of the relationship between parent accommodations & child participation in the presence of differentiated sensory features?