Investigating the Effect of Storytelling on Role Playing Method on Sensory-Cognitive and Interpersonal Knowledge in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Autism is a developmental disorder that is associated with a lack of social skills, irritability, and stereotypical and repetitive behaviors. Role-based presentation is an educational method for transferring concepts and behavior change in children. In this research, researchers investigated the effect of storytelling As if they played a role in the sensory and emotional awareness of children with autism.
This is a quasi-experimental study that has been done by performing role-plays storytelling on the studied units. The target population in this study was all patients with autism who were filed in Khoramabad city hospitals in 1396. 30 children aged 6-16 years were selected by available sampling method. Data was processed through the Autism treatment evaluation checklist questionnaire before, after and after the intervention, and then processed.
The results of the study were analyzed by SPSS software. In terms of sensory and cognitive skills, ( p <0.001) (t = 45.5), in the field of health status (p <0/035) (t = 2.21). Significant changes have been made in each case.
Role-playing storytelling is one of the effective and cost-effective therapeutic interventions for increasing sensory and cognitive awareness and improving the health of children with autism.
Article Type:
Research/Original Article
Jundishapur Scientific Medical Journal, Volume:17 Issue:6, 2019
621 - 630  
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