294The preceding chapters have presented evidence for the role of sensory-motor difficulties in autism spectrum disorders (ASDs), specifically, why movement matters and how we, as an academic, clinical, or public community, can provide support. Through the presentation of novel research methods, theoretical exploration, and finally, a detailed statistical platform grounded on sound mathematical principles, the role of movement has been illustrated in the context of higher-level symptomatology across the ASD spectrum. Yet, this academic stance is arguably removed from the first- and secondhand accounts of sensory and motor difficulties that individuals with ASD face—accounts that are at the core of our scientific endeavor (Donnellan and Leary 1995, 2012; Donnellan et al. 2012; Robledo et al. 2012).