More on Sensory Integration

by DB-LINK on Nov 30, 2013
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A number of resources on aspects related to Sensory Integration and deaf-blindness are not available online. The following is a list of some key resources.  If you would like help in locating items on the list or getting additional information, contact us via email at

 Understanding Deafblindness: Issues, Perspectives, and Strategies -- Alsop, Linda, M.Ed. (Ed.) Logan, UT: SKI-HI Institute, Utah State University. (2002) A comprehensive 2-volume curriculum for parents, interveners, and service providers working with children and young adults who are deaf-blind. Aspects of deaf-blind programming covered include communication, concept development, vision, hearing, touch, sensory integration, intervention, family issues, physical education, additional disabilities, orientation and mobility, community support, and evaluation. Individual chapters were written by professionals with expertise in their respective subject areas. Available from Hope Publishing, Inc. Phone/Fax: 435-245-2888 .E-mail:  

Early Brain Development and Its Implications for Working with Young Children with Sensory Loss --Alsop, Linda. Tampa, FL: NTAC. NTAC Topical Workshop, April 27-28th, 2004, Tampa, Florida. (2004) A person's ability to interact, perceive, and learn from the environment comes from the ability to process incoming sensory information and react to the information with a motor response which, in turn, feeds back sensory information. This article explains the two basic functions of the brain, and the three interacting organizations within the brain. It then relates these to learning, anticipation, and attachment in the context of working with children who have experienced significant neurological insults.  

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