Thóra Leósdóttir

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AIM This study explored parent perspectives of participation patterns and environmental supports and barriers for high-functioning children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) within their communities compared with a group of children without ASD. METHOD The Participation and Environment Measure for Children and Youth was used to gather online data from(More)
The purpose of this geographically defined national study was to evaluate the performance of extremely low birthweight children (ELBW < 1000 g) born in Iceland in 1991-1995 and compare to a cohort of matched control children born full term. The Miller Assessment for Preschoolers (MAP) was used to provide an overall profile of 32 ELBW children and 55 control(More)
Studies have shown parents to report lower quality of life for their children with autism spectrum disorder than children's self-report scores and the same applies for data on typically developing children. Our objectives were to: (1) explore how high-functioning children with autism spectrum disorder rate their quality of life compared with paired controls(More)
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