Implement an effective activity-based intervention program for birth to 5-year-old children with or without disabilities. Gain insight into effectively building and maintaining early intervention teams and how to include families in the intervention program. Each of the more than 250 engaging activities contains goals in six developmental domains fine motor, cognitive, gross motor, social, sensory, and language.
The Adolescent/Adult Sensory Profile is a self-questionnaire that helps you understand sensory processing patterns and effects on functional performance.
The Alcohol Use Inventory (AUI ) is an assessment of patterns of behavior, attitudes, and symptoms associated with alcohol use and abuse.
Learn more about how occupational therapy in the form of sensory integration can help children with learning disabilities in this informative resource. This manual provides guidance to help children synthesize, organize, and process the information from the senses and environment to produce useful, goal-directed responses via the tactile, vestibular, and proprioceptive systems. Information in the manual enables parents and teachers to reinforce therapy at home and in the classroom.
An Overview of Early Intervention is a resource book that helps clinicians work with families to interpret a child's behaviors and plan appropriate interventions.
Attention Process Training-II (APT-II) is a program to help retrain attention and concentration deficits in adolescents and adults with brain injury and mild to sever attention deficits.
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