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SENSORY INTEGRATION STRATEGIES
Why can't Johnny sit still? Why does Jane spit out her food? Why is Jack so rough? Why does John grind his teeth? It's called Sensory Integration or Sensory Processing. Although everyone processes sensory information, we interpret sensory information differently from one another.
Someone dragging their fingers across a chalkboard or certain food textures may bother one person, but not another. When the way a person interprets or processes information from their senses interferes with learning and daily routines, it is considered Sensory Integration Dysfunction (SID) or Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). Independent studies show that Sensory Integration Dysfunction can be found in up to 70% of children who are considered learning disabled by schools. But most go undiagnosed.
In this well developed DVD you will learn: 1. What Sensory Integration is 2. How to spot it. 3. When and how it can interfere with learning 4. What you can do at home and school to help the child 5. General tips and ACTIVITIES that work to over come it, SENSORY INTEGRATION THERAPY!
This well developed program can help parents; educators and caregivers provide an enriched environment that will foster healthy growth and maturation. The DVD was co-developed by an occupational therapist, Lisa Berry, OTR/L, and a parent, Girard Sagmiller, who has a child with special needs. It's a must watch for parents, teachers and everyone working with children who have special needs