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S.S.ToM is an acronym for the Social Skills and Theory of Mind Training programme, a multi-component intervention that combines elements from social skills groups and theory of mind training.
Saccharomyces boulardii is a yeast, sometimes used as a dietary supplement or a medicine.
|Sacro Occipital Technique||
Sacro occipital technique is another name for craniosacral therapy, an intervention which uses very light touching to balance the craniosacral system in the body.
Salicylates are natural plant toxins common in many fruits, berries, and some vegetables, as well as honey, yeast extracts and almonds. They are also found in some medications, such as aspirin.
|SALT or SLT||
SALT and SLT are acronyms for speech and language therapy, an intervention in which a therapist works with individuals to help them develop their communication skills using a range of techniques
|Samonas Sound Therapy||
Samonas therapy is a form of auditory integration training which involves listening through headphones to filtered music, voice and sounds of nature recorded on compact discs.
Sandplay therapy is a form of psychological therapy in which the patient is encouraged to play with sand, water, and miniature objects.
Sapropterin is a specific form of tetrahydrobiopterin that is used to reduce blood phenylalanine levels in certain patients with phenylketonuria.
Sara's diet is a lutein-free, soy-protein free and casein and gluten-restricted diet which also restricts or removes some artificial additives.
Sauna therapy is another name for infrared sauna therapy, a treatment which uses infrared radiation to increase circulation and nourish damaged tissue.
A savant is someone who has a severe developmental delay as well as extraordinary mental abilities not found in most people.
SCD is an acronym for the specific carbohydrate diet, which which excludes complex carbohydrates, such as those found in rice and potatoes.
The SCERTS model is an approach which focuses on Social-Communication, Emotional Regulation and Transactional Support.
Schuessler salts is a form of homeopathy in which tiny amounts of minerals, usually in the form of tablets, are taken.
|Scientifically Unfeasible and Potentially Harmful Interventions||
There are some interventions which are both scientifically unfeasible and potentially harmful.
SCIT is an acronym for the Social Cognition Training Program, a group-based intervention designed to improve social cognition and social functioning among people with disabilities.
SCIT-A is an acronmym for the Social Cognition and Interaction Training-Autism programme, which is a version of the Social Cognition and Interaction Training programme that has been adapted for use by people on the autism spectrum.
Scotopic lenses are a type of coloured filter, used to block the wavelengths of light to which an individual is sensitive.
|Scotopic Sensitivity Syndrome||
Scotopic sensitivity syndrome is a type of visual stress, a condition in which an individual cannot see clearly so the world seems disjointed, confused and scary.
The Scotson technique is an intervention based on correcting respiratory mechanics, that is, helping the individual breathe more easily.
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