The author contributes a percentage of her proceeds to STAR Institute and other charities dedicated to helping children. Suggestions for classroom, physical education, and recess for children K Authors have extensive experience providing occupational therapy using an SPD approach in the schools. Henry, Diana. Hickman, Lois E. Fun activities to improve visual skills. Kranowitz, Carol Stock, Deanna Iris Sava, Elizabeth Haber, Lynn Balzer-Martin and Stacey Szklut Answers to Questions Teachers Ask About Sensory Integration Carol Stock Kranowitz and expert occupational therapists have assembled an extensive and easy-to-use set of checklists and other tools that are invaluable to every teacher and parent who has children with sensory processing challenges.
Abraham, D. This book is designed to help all children — not just those with a sensory disorder. Includes explanation of each sensory system, sensory activities, and sensory resources. Ayres, A. Jean, Philip R.
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Jean Ayres, Ph. Jean , Sensory Integration and the Child: Understanding Hidden Sensory Challenges Written for families and teachers by the theoretician and therapist who formulated sensory integration theory and therapy; provides a great understanding of SPD. Bundy, Anita C. Also available in a page edition. Case-Smith, Jane Ed. This page textbook includes a chapter on SPD theory and intervention; also provides a summary of all research by A. Includes excellent screening checklists for infants, preschoolers, and elementary age children. Fryer Dietz, Sally When Kids Fly A book written for parents, friends, grandparents, teachers and medical professionals alike.
Heller, Sharon. An overview of sensory defensiveness and an examination of treatment options, including diet, medication, and relaxation techniques. Appendices list alternative treatments and resources.
Murray-Slutsky, Carolyn and Betty Paris Autism Interventions: Exploring the Spectrum of Autism 2nd Edition Written for therapists, teachers, families and anyone working with individuals with ASD, this is a comprehensive, multidisciplinary intervention book. This page book includes chapters by some of the most esteemed researchers and leaders in the field including Gretchen Dahl Reeves, Shelly J.
Orloff, Susan Learning Re-enabled. It defines professional terms and physiological functions affecting learning. Schneider, Chemin. Smith Roley, Susanne, Erna I. Blanche and Roseann C. Schaaf Eds.
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Trott, Maryann Colby, Marci Laurel and Susan Windeck SenseAbilities: Understanding sensory integration A page booklet that uses case examples to help families and teachers understand SPD; includes suggestions for adapting playground equipment, bedtime, clothes, communication, and travel. Sold in packages of five booklets with one set of unbound pages. Yack, Ellen, Shirley Sutton, Paula Aquilla Building Bridges Through Sensory Integration Innovative strategies and practical advice for managing behaviors, improving muscle tone, developing social skills, creating sensory diets — and more!
OTs work with a wide range of ages and diagnoses, both pediatric and adult. In our pediatric practice, OT may be warranted if any of the following signs or symptoms are noticed:. She enjoys mentoring staff and developing programs in addition to treating clients. Her specialty areas include feeding issues, social skills, and sensory processing disorders. She likes to spend time with her four kids and husband, as well as read, bake, and be outside on her bike. In addition to seeing clients she is one of the Assistant Clinical Directors and oversees clinical operations.
Morgan previously worked in early intervention in Massachusetts and has experience in sensory integration from her fieldwork. Morgan enjoys working with children and families on sensory processing and feeding difficulties. In her free time Morgan enjoys running and completing triathlons.
She joined the CSTC team in Kendra has a special interest in sensory processing challenges and feeding. She has completed additional coursework in both these areas. She was nominated as a Angel Award recipient through Early On Interagency Coordinating Council for outstanding work with the birth-3 population. She likes running, reading, and gardening.
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She has experience working with pediatrics and adults in the areas of physical impairments, cognitive impairments, developmental delays, sensory processing, and feeding difficulties. She has a passion for helping her clients achieve their goals and loves witnessing their personal successes.
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Her favorite hobbies are traveling with her family and friends, hiking, camping, and playing with her kittens at home. She has experience working with children with behavioral, learning and emotional challenges, sensory, feeding, and physical challenges. In addition, she has completed courses in feeding, sensory integration and processing, and motor development.
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In her free time, she enjoys reading and playing the piano in her church band. Lauren has experience working in inpatient rehab, ortho, acute care, home care, and ICU. Her brother has cerebral palsy, which inspired her to become an OT.