Way to go, 2nd Year OTDs, on your poster session!

Our awesome 2nd Year Occupational Therapy Doctoral students presented their work at the OT program’s poster session. Their project investigated sensorimotor differences and motor skills in children with autism (ASD) and ADHD and children with ASD without ADHD as it relates to their daily living skills. They found that those children with both ASD and ADHD show more differences in their sensorimotor features and had lower motor skills than their ASD without ADHD counterparts, which they believe could explain their lower scores on their daily living capabilities. We’re so proud of their work and wish them well as they enter their fieldwork placements this semester!