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Sensory Integration Tips for Teachers, Sensory Processing Disorder, SPD, Sensory Integration Dysfunction


Sensory integration is an innate neurobiological process that refers to the interpretation of sensory stimulation from the environment (Ayres, 1979). When a child has a Sensory Processing Disorder, information from the environment and one’s own senses are not organized well in the brain. This results in problems in processing information and behaving appropriately for the task at hand.

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