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ISBN-10:
0803646062
ISBN-13:
9780803646063
Pub. Date:
09/20/2019
Publisher:
F. A. Davis Company
ISBN-10:
0803646062
ISBN-13:
9780803646063
Pub. Date:
09/20/2019
Publisher:
F. A. Davis Company
Sensory Integration: Theory and Practice / Edition 3

Sensory Integration: Theory and Practice / Edition 3

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Overview

“Perfect just what I needed for a course and it'sa great book[.] Would recommend to any Occupational therapist, speech, or physical therapist interested in working with the sensory population”—Alexandra A.

  “This is a wonderful resource book for Occupational Therapists working with children. It is clear and easy reading for new and old therapists.”—Denise M.

… written to enlarge existing understanding of sensory integration without intimidating the reader. The wealth of knowledge can help not only the new graduate, but also the more experienced practitioner.”—Mrs. Consuello M.

Drs. Bundy and Lane, with their team of contributing experts and scholars, provide guidance and detailed case examples of assessment and intervention based in sensory integration theory. They describe the neurophysiological underpinnings and synthesize current research supporting the theory and intervention.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780803646063
Publisher: F. A. Davis Company
Publication date: 09/20/2019
Edition description: Third Edition
Pages: 656
Product dimensions: 6.90(w) x 10.10(h) x 1.40(d)

Table of Contents

Part I Theoretical Constructs
1 Sensory Integration: A. Jean Ayres’ Theory Revisited
2 Sensory Integration in Everyday Life
3 Composing a Theory: An Historical Perspective

Part II The Neuroscience Basis of Sensory Integration Disorders
4 Structure and Function of the Sensory Systems
5 Praxis and Dyspraxia
6 Sensory Modulation Functions and Disorders
7 Sensory Discrimination Functions and Disorders

Part III Tools for Assessment
8 Assessment of Sensory Integration Functions Using the Sensory Integration and Praxis Tests
9 Using Clinical Observations within the Evaluation Process
10 Assessing Sensory Integrative Dysfunction Without the SIPT
11 Interpreting and Explaining Evaluation Data

Part IV Intervention
12 The Art of Therapy
13 The Science of Intervention: Creating Direct Intervention from Theory
14 Distilling Sensory Integration Theory for Use: Making Sense of the Complexity

Part V Complementing and Extending Theory and Application
15 Advances in Sensory Integration Research: Clinically Based Research
16 Advances in Sensory Integration Research: Basic Science Research
17 Using Sensory Integration Theory in Coaching
18 Complementary Programs for Intervention
19 Application of Sensory Integration with Specific Populations

Part VI Cases
20 Planning and Implementing Intervention Using Sensory Integration Theory
21 Planning and Implementing Intervention: A Case Example of a Child with Autism
22 Viewing Intervention Through Different Lenses
23 Is Sensory Integration Effective? A Complicated Question to End the Book

Appendix - The STAR Process: An Overview
Glossary
Index

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