Sensory Integration Theory and Practice

ISBN-10: 0803605455
ISBN-13: 9780803605459
Edition: 2nd 2002 (Revised)
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Book details

List price: $66.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: F. A. Davis Company
Publication date: 4/29/2002
Binding: Hardcover
Size: 7.25" wide x 10.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.464
Language: English

Theoretical Constructs
Sensory Integration: A. Jean Ayres' Theory Revisited
An Example
Introduction to Sensory Integration Theory
Sensory Integration Theory
Boundaries of Sensory Integration Theory and Practice
The Spiraling Process of Self-Actualization
The Mind-Brain-Body Process
Development of Sensory Integration Theory: History and Research
Current View of Sensory Integration Theory Revisited
Efficacy of Intervention Based on Sensory Integration Theory
New Perspectives on Intervention
Putting It All Together: A Proposed Model of Intervention Incorporating the Principles of Sensory Integration Theory
Summary and Conclusions
Structure and Function of the Sensory Systems
Purpose and Scope
Reference Materials
A Quick Review of the Basic Structure and Function
The Somatosensory System
The Vestibular System
The Auditory System
The Visual System
Summary and Conclusion
References
System Highlights
Disorders of Praxis
Purpose and Scope
Case Studies
Related Diagnoses and Terminology
Development and Performance of Children with Praxis Difficulties
Dysfunction in Sensory Integration and Disorders of Praxis
Neuroanatomical Bases of Praxis and Dyspraxia
The Role of Sensation in Movement and Praxis
The Intervention Process
Conclusion
References
Sensory Modulation
Michael
Terminology
Modulation
Sensory Modulation Dysfunction
Summary and Conclusion
References
Visual-Spatial Abilities
Purpose and Scope
Dual Neural Processing of Vision
Visual Control of Movement and Space
Visual-Spatial Abilities and Cognition
Summary and Conclusion
References
Central Auditory Processing Disorders
Purpose and Scope
Definitions
Behavioral Manifestations
Incidence and Maturation
Auditory System
Central Auditory Processing Tests
Management
Summary and Conclusion
References
Behavioral Measures
Assessment and Intervention
Assessing Sensory Integrative Dysfunction
Sensory Integration and Functional Assessment
Sensory Integration and Praxis Tests
A Complete Assessment: Complementing the SIPT
Assessing Sensory Integrative Dysfunction without the SIPT
Summary and Conclusion
References
Clinical Observations of Neuromotor Performance, Evaluation of Sensory Processing, and Touch Inventory of Elementary School Children
Interpreting Test Scores and Observations: A Case Example
Purpose and Scope
The Referal and Developmental History
The Evaluation
Classroom Observation
Interpreting the Results
Reporting the Results
Summary and Conclusion
The Process of Planning and Implementing Intervention
Purpose and Scope
Kyle Revisited
Setting Goals and Developing Objectives
Determining Types of Service Delivery
Developing Preliminary Ideas for Use in Intervention
Providing Intervention
Summary and Conclusion
References
Play Theory and Sensory Integration
In Celebration of Play
Purpose and Scope
Defining Play for Playful Intervention
Setting up the Environment to Support Play
The Potential of Play in Therapy
The Contribution of Sensory Integration to Play
Principles for Assessing Play and Treating Play Deficits in Clients with Sensory Integrative Dysfunction
Summary and Conclusion
References
Orchestrating Intervention: The Art of Practice
Purpose and Scope
Deciding What to Target First
Therapist-Client Relationships
Establishing A Safe Environment
Incorporating Competition
Assuming Pretend Roles
Voicing Praise, Feedback, and Instructions
Creating the Just-Right Challenge
Balancing Freedom with Structure
Striving to Find Inner Drive
To Modify or Discontinue: When the Practitioner Wants A Change
Helping Clients Understand Sensory Integrative Dysfunction
Making Everyday Life Easier
Discontinuing Intervention
Becoming an Artist
Summary and Conclusion
References
Creating Direct Intervention from Theory
Purpose and Scope
Activities That Offer Enhanced Sensation
Sensory Modulation Dysfunction
Intervention for Gravitational Insecurity
Intervention for Aversion Responses to Movement
Intervention for Poor Sensory Discrimination
Intervention for Improving Posture
Intervention for Practic Disorders
Intervention with Clients Who Have Autism
Practical Considerations for Providing Safe and Effective Intervention
Establishing Intervention Programs Based on Sensory Integration Theory
Third-Party Reimbursement for Services
Continuing Education
Summary and Conclusion
References
Appendix 12-A
Appendix 12-B
Using Sensory Integration Theory in Schools: Sensory Integration and Consultation
Purpose and Scope
Determining Educational Relevance
Determining Appropriate Service Delivery
Consultation in Schools
Stages in Consultation
Resources Required for Consultation
Summary and Conclusion
References
Appendix 13-A
Alternative and Complementary Programs for Intervention
The Wilbarger Approach to Treating Sensory Defensiveness
Clinical Application of the Sensory Diet
"How Does Your Engine Run?": The Alert Program for Self-Regulation
Water-Based Intervention
Hippotherapy
Oculomotor Control: An Integral Part of Sensory Integration
Therapeutic Listening: An Overview
Craniosacral Therapy and Myofascial Release
Environment as a Milieu for Intervention: The Farm
Summary and Conclusions
References
Integrating Sensory Integration with Other Approaches to Intervention
Purpose and Scope
Other Approaches to Intervention
A Comprehensive Plan: Integrating Approaches to Intervention
Case Studies
Summary and Conclusions
References
Focus on Research and Occupation
Advances in Sensory Integration Research
Purpose and Scope
Research Examining the Validity of Sensory Integration
Research Examining Sensory Integrative Dysfunction
Research Evaluating Intervention Based on Sensory Integration Theory
Directions for Further Research
Summary and Conclusions
References
Sensory Integration and Occupation
Purpose and Scope
A Brief Introduction to Occupational Science
Defining Occupation
Multidimensionality of Occupation
Linking Sensory Integration to Occupation
Can Engagement in Occupation Influence Sensory Integration?
Implications for Clinical Practice
Summary Conclusions
References
Use of Clinical Reasoning in Occupational Therapy: The STEP-SI Model of Intervention of Sensory Modulation Dysfunction
Critical Reasoning in Intervention Based on Sensory Integration Theory
Dilineation of the STEP-SI Clinical Reasoning Model
STEP-SI Clinical Reasoning Model: General Principles
Summary and Conclusions
Acknowledgments
References
Sensory Integration and Praxis Tests
Description of the Tests
Test Development and Standardization
Validity of the SIPT
Construct-Related Validity
Reliability
Interpretation of SIPT Results
Validity of Individual SIPT
References
Glossary
Index

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