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Sensory Integration

Children who are deaf-blind vary widely in their loss of vision and hearing. In addition to these two critical distance senses; touch, taste, smell, balance and other senses work together as we develop and grow. For children who are deaf-blind integration of all these senses can be challenging. The resources below present basic considerations for understanding sensory integration and its importance in the education of these children.

Mini-Modules on the Senses by David Brown

Sensory Integration Perspective and What It Offers Us In the Field of Deafblindness, Part 1

Sensory Integration Perspective and What It Offers Us In the Field of Deafblindness, Part 2

Frequently Asked Questions on the Topic of Sensory Input, Tactile Strategies and Challenges

Impact of Sensory Integrative Dysfunction

Let's Make that Functional, Let's Move!: An Let's Keep that Body and Brain in Sync

More on Sensory Integration

Occupational Therapy and Sensory Integration for Visual Impairment

Part 3 of 3: Who's Who: Occupational Therapist

Sensory Integration and Motor Control

Sensory Integration and Sensory Motor Activities

Sensory Integration Bibliography

Sensory Integration Dysfunction in Deafblind Children

Touch and Movement

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