International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education
2019, Vol. 4, Issue 1
Outcome of physical exercises on development of motor skill in children with autism
Author(s): R Anantha Ravi and Dr. W Vinu
The purpose of the study is to find out the motor development in children with autism spectrum disorder through physical exercises. 20 autism spectrum disorder children with age group of 5 to 6 were selected for this study and prior consign was taken from their parents for this research work. Twenty children were divided in to 2 groups with 10 children in experimental group and 10 in control group and the children in control group did not participate in any of the physical exercises. Pretest taken for the 20 children before the training selection and after 4 days for 16 weeks of training with various physical exercises posttest was taken and the data was statistically calculated using ANOVA. The result confined there was a significant motor development and movement time development after 16 weeks of training in the children with autism spectrum disorder.
Pages: 2030-2032 | 126 Views 6 Downloads
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R Anantha Ravi and Dr. W Vinu. Outcome of physical exercises on development of motor skill in children with autism. International Journal of Physiology, Nutrition and Physical Education. 2019; 4(1): 2030-2032.