Temple Grandin/Public Radio/occupational therapists
Yesterday on NPR, The Writer's Almanac, Garrison Keillor (sp?)
mentioned that it was Temple Grandin's birthday and also that
some of her work is being used by occupational therapists these
days, especially for working with autistic children. You might
want to see if you can find it archived to listen for yourself.
“The squeeze machine that she designed has since been used by occupational therapists in therapy with children who have autism, ADD, and Tourette's syndrome.”