Sensory Integration Posted July 26, 2011 by admin

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There is an accumulating literature describing sensory processing in young children and suggesting the importance of this knowledge for understanding the characteristics of vulnerable children.
Professionals and families need a working knowledge about sensory processing because it enables them to understand and interpret children’s behaviors and to tailor everyday life routines so that children may have successful and satisfying experiences. This article reviews Dunn’s model of sensory processing, and summarizes both typical and special population evidences that demonstrate support for the model.

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