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Sensory Profiles of Children in the General Population

[Source:  Child: Care, Health and Development via Your Therapy Source] Child: Care,Health and Development published research on sensory profiles of children in the general population.  The cross-sectional study used a large sample of 3-14 year old children (n = 1132) gathered from a … Continue reading


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Sensory Links Between Autism and Synesthesia

[Source:  Medical X-Press] Concrete links between the symptoms of autism and synaesthesia have been discovered and clarified for the first time, according to new research by psychologists at the University of Sussex. The study, conducted by world-leading experts in both … Continue reading


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OT Corner:: How Do You Talk to Parents About Sensory Sensitivities?

[Source: Your Therapy Source] After reading a thought provoking blog post from Christopher Alterio,OTR, on Deconstructing the myth of clothing sensitivity as a ‘sensory processing disorder’, it really made me think about how we talk to parents as pediatric therapists.  Not … Continue reading


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A Trail Of Their Own

[Source: Disability Scoop] Spin a wheel and watch a rainbow of colors whirl in front of you. Try another and hear the sound of rain. Run your fingers over a grid of oversize marbles. Rock back and forth inside a … Continue reading


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Sensory Corner: Growing Up With Sensory Processing Disorder

Editor’s Note:  Check out this interview with Lindsey Biel, co-author of Raising a Sensory Smart Child.   A friend of PediaStaff, Lindsey recently sent us this interview and video article to share with you, our readers. [Source:  Fox News Health] … Continue reading


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