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For Parents: Books
, Twice Exceptional: Sensory Integration
||Sensory Integration and the Child
||Western Psychological Services
||A. Jean Ayres, Ph.D., was an occupational therapist who first researched and described the theories and frame of reference which we now call sensory integration. In this book, Dr. Ayres makes several analogies that describe sensory integration and its dysfunction. Like many therapies in the early stages, this book claims a lot; however parents reading it can search out the parts that fit their child and experiences. It is very descriptive of the underlying theory and the practical application of sensory integration treatment. If you want to learn about sensory integration from the founder of the movement - this is the book to get.
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