sensory integration dysfunction


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sensory integration dysfunction

n.
A neurological disorder characterized by disruption in the processing and organization of sensory information by the central nervous system, characterized by impaired sensitivity to sensory input, motor control problems, unusually high or low activity levels, and emotional instability.
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The out-of-sync child: Recognizing and coping with sensory integration dysfunction (1st ed.
According to literature review and preliminary analyses, the possibility of adopting interactive 3D digital games to improve children with sensory integration dysfunctions or other relevant disorders provides therapists an alternative choice.
The further researches should focus on what types of the Wii games are appropriate for children with different sensory integration dysfunctions as references for parents and therapists.
An investigation report of 1994 school-aged children with sensory integration dysfunctions in Beijing city," Chinese Mental Health Journal, 9(2), pp.
An effective, resource-efficient, transdisciplinary model for helping children with CAPD, language disorders, LD, and sensory integration dysfunction will aid in providing an evaluation and intervention program that may be easily implemented using existing resources.
To clarify the need for a holistic view of and approach to CAPD, language disorders, LD, and sensory integration dysfunction, it is necessary to look at the intersensory nature of learning development (Bellis & Ferre, 1999; Cacace & McFarland, 1998; Lewkowicz & Lickliter, 1994; Welsh et al.
Candidates for this study were required to belong to the group of children with developmental learning disorders, which included CAPD, language disorders, LD, and sensory integration dysfunction.
To determine the nature of the relationship between CAPD and language disorders, LD, and sensory integration dysfunction, phylogenetic analysis was chosen as a scientific and objective method for determining the relationships existing among problem areas.
My 3-year-old grandson with sensory integration dysfunction has a terrible habit of digging into his dirty diaper and either smearing and/or eating the feces.
The author, Carol Stock Kranowitz's description and discussion of sensory integration dysfunction gives a clear and concise picture of a disability.
In the Out-of-Sync Child, Kranowitz gives excellent examples of typical indicators that can signal a parent (or caregiver) that a sensory integration dysfunction may be present.
The Out-of-Sync Child also recognizes that sensory integration dysfunction may co-exist or mimic symptoms of better-known disabilities like ADD/ADHD, problems with sleep regulation, learning disabilities, eating problems, speech, hearing, or vision problems or allergies.