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Articles related to sensory integration

What Is Dysfunction of Sensory Integration?
Dysfunction of Sensory Integration (DSI) is a neurological disability in which the brain is unable to accurately process the information coming in from the senses.
Sensory Integration Tools and Toys - Children With Special Needs
If you have a child with sensory integration problems, there's a whole world of catalogs out there that offer more appropriate playthings than you'll find at your ...
Sensory Integration and Behavior - Children With Special Needs
School can be a difficult place for children with sensory integration problems -- academically, behaviorally and socially. Let the school know what your child ...
Sensory Integration Therapy and Autism - Autism Spectrum Disorders
What is Sensory Integration Therapy and how can it help children with autism?
Sensory Processing Disorder - Autism Definition
What is Sensory Processing Disorder(SPD)? What is Sensory Integration? How are they connected with autism spectrum disorders?
Sensory Integration Therapy and Autism - Autism Spectrum Disorders
People with autism often over and under-react to sensory input. Learn about sensory integration therapy and autism.
Before You Look for Information on Sensory Integration
Start with these recommended resources for finding facts, strategies, and advice on parenting children with Dysfunction of Sensory Integration.
What Is Sensory Integration Disorder?
Sensory Integration disorder is becoming more commonly diagnosed in children with and without disabilities. Learn what sensory integration is, how to ...
Sensory Processing Disorder - Does My Child with Autism Have ...
Many people with autism have sensory processing disorder. That is, they may be hyper-sensitive or under-sensitive to light, noise, and touch. For some people ...
Books on Sensory Integration - Reviews from the Harried Parent's ...
The following books on sensory integration dysfunction have been reviewed for the Harried Parent's Book Club. They are sorted by Guide Rating, with five stars ...
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