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Sensory integration and the child : understanding hidden sensory challenges / by A. Jean Ayres, with assistance from Jeff Robbins.

By: Ayres, A. Jean.
Contributor(s): Robbins, Jeff, 1941- | Pediatric Therapy Network.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: MED WS 2013 627717Publication: Los Angeles, CA : WPS, 2013, c2005Edition: 25th anniversary ed., rev. and updated / by Pediatric Therapy Network ; photographs by Shay McAtee.Description: xi, 211 p. : ill.ISBN: 9780874244373 (pbk.); 0874244374 (pbk.).Subject(s): Brain-damaged children | Brain-damaged children -- Rehabilitation
Contents:
Pt. 1, Sensory integration and the brain : -- What is sensory integration? An introduction to the concept -- Watching sensory integration develop: the development of sensory integration from infancy to middle childhood -- The nervous system within: understanding how the brain works and the importance of sensation -- Pt. 2, Sensory integrative dysfunction. What is sensory integrative dysfunction? Symptoms, causes, and levels -- Disorders involving the vestibular system: the sense of movement and how it influences the development of many skills -- Developmental dyspraxia: the process of learning new motor skills and why this is hard for some children
Tactile defensiveness: the sense of touch and why some children are more sensitive than others -- Visual perception and auditory-language disorders: the perception of sight and sound and its relationship to learning and language -- The child with autism: understanding the special sensory integration needs and challenges associated with this diagnosis -- Pt. 3, What can be done about the problem : -- Assessment and intervention: how therapy using a sensory integration -- What parents can do: how parents can help their children with sensory integrative dysfunction.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Pt. 1, Sensory integration and the brain : -- What is sensory integration? An introduction to the concept -- Watching sensory integration develop: the development of sensory integration from infancy to middle childhood -- The nervous system within: understanding how the brain works and the importance of sensation -- Pt. 2, Sensory integrative dysfunction. What is sensory integrative dysfunction? Symptoms, causes, and levels -- Disorders involving the vestibular system: the sense of movement and how it influences the development of many skills -- Developmental dyspraxia: the process of learning new motor skills and why this is hard for some children

Tactile defensiveness: the sense of touch and why some children are more sensitive than others -- Visual perception and auditory-language disorders: the perception of sight and sound and its relationship to learning and language -- The child with autism: understanding the special sensory integration needs and challenges associated with this diagnosis -- Pt. 3, What can be done about the problem : -- Assessment and intervention: how therapy using a sensory integration -- What parents can do: how parents can help their children with sensory integrative dysfunction.

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