Sensory Integration Bibliographies


  • Building Bridges Through Sensory Integration

    The unique learning style and behaviors of children with special needs can be challenging in a classroom situation. The strategies provided in this book will assist you in creating a comfortable and safe environment, which promotes learning and social interaction.

  • Just Take A Bite

    This book presents practical, easy, effective answers to food aversions and eating challenges. It provides excellent descriptions and answers for parents and professionals who work with a variety of children who demonstrate food issues. The authors assist families and professionals to understand the physiological, developmental, sensory and motor skills of the resistant eater and to respect the child's communication and response to eating.

  • Physical Activities for Improving Children's Learning and Behavior

    This book identifies numerous activities which promote sensory motor development. The authors explain sensory motor development in easy to understand language.

  • Raising A Sensory Smart Child,

    Recently sensory integration dysfunction has been recognized as a separate condition. Children who have difficulty processing everyday sensations and exhibit unusual behaviors such as avoiding or seeking out touch, movement, sounds and sights may have sensory integration issues.

  • Reaching the Child with Autism through Art

    This book includes practical, fun activities to enhance sensory motor skills and to improve tactile and concept awareness.