Sensory Integration: Theory and Practice
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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PART II The Neuroscience Basis of Sensory Integration Disorders
PART III Tools for Assessment
PART IV Intervention
PART V Complementing and Extending Theory and Application
PART VI CASES
APPENDIX The STAR Process An Overview
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