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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 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 Disorder: What Teacher Should Know
Teachers can be great allies in keeping your child with Sensory Integration Disorder safe and successful in school, but you'll need to make sure they have all the ...
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 - the About.com Guide to ...
Feb 4, 2014 ... What is Sensory Integration Therapy and how can it help children with autism?
Sensory Integration Therapy and Autism - the About.com Guide to ...
People with autism often over and under-react to sensory input. Learn about sensory integration therapy and autism.
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 ...
Tips for Coping with Sensory Integration Problems
Jun 26, 2014 ... Children with sensory integration disorders will act differently than other children. It will be necessary for you to learn new and different ways to ...
Explore Sensory Integration Therapy Through SPD University
Jun 29, 2014 ... Sensory Processing Disorder is now a formal part of the criteria for autism, and SPD University offers a huge range of resources for learning ...
What Is Sensory Integration Disorder? - Children With Special Needs
Sensory Integration Disorder (SID) is still the most popular name for the neurological disability in which the brain is unable to accurately process the information ...
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