about Sensory Integration Issues
- Ayres, A.
Integration and the Child,
Services, CA, 1979.
original researcher and developer
integration theory and
This book is ideal
for parents and teachers.
Stegen-Hanson, Tania, Just Take a
Future Horizons, Inc., Arlington, TX, 2004.
A behavioral consultant and occupational therapist team up
to explore oral motor development and the behavioral,
sensory and motor issues that contribute to fussy eater
Take a Bite
- Grandin, Temple, Emergence: Labeled Autistic,
Warner Books 1996.
great insight into her uncomfortable world of sensory
describes her childhood and emergence into being
well educated, productive adult with high functioning
her description of the "squeeze box" used to apply
pressure of particular interest. Her other books Thinking in
Pictures and Animals
in Translation continue
to elaborate on the
of how her sensory differences
impact her world and enabled
to make her mark in the world of
animal welfare and science.
Loud, Too Bright, Too
Tight: What to
If You are Sensory Defensive in an Overstimulating World,
Publishers, London, UK, 2002
Loud, Too Bright, Too Fast, Too Tight: What to Do If Your Are Sensory
Defensive in an Overstimulating World
Diana, Tools for Parents,
OT Services, Inc. P.O. Box 145,
collection of "sensory
ideas for home and
Integration Tools for Teens continues
ideas designed with the teenager's needs in mind.
- Miles, Brenda
Cook, Katherine Tapscott, Miller Nancy E., Rinner,
Robbins, Lisa, Asperger
Syndrome and Sensory Issues,
Co.Shawnee Mission, Kansas, 2000.
occupational therapists, educators and autism
problems and treatment for
Syndrome and Sensory Issues
Maryann Colby, Laurel, Marci K., Windeck, Susan, SensaAbilities,
The Psychological Corp., Texas,
1993. An educator, speech therapist
occupational therapist explore how
difficulties interpreting sensations
impact motor planning, arousal levels, language, emotions and
Understanding Sensory Integration
- Tupper, Lynne
Courtney, Klosterman Miesner,
Strategies for Class and Home,
Therapy Skill Builders, TX, 1995.
occupational therapists explain the sensory systems,
tools and provide treatment ideas and case studies.
- Voss, Angie- occupational therapist, author
and owner of Understanding SPD.comThis website is packed with great
articles, blogs and links to resources and Voss's books:
with Information on Sensory Integration
Patricia, Wilbarger, Julia, Sensory
Defensiveness in Children
Aged 2-12, Avanti Educational
daughter team of occupational therapists describe levels
defensiveness and intervention approaches including "the
brushing protocol" in their booklet and workshops.
- William, Mary
Sue, Shellenberger, Sherry, How
Does Your Engine Run?
A Leader's Guide to
The Alert Program for Self-Regulation,
NM, 1994. Occupational
make persons with
sensory integration issues
aware of their sensory needs
and ways to self-regulate.
Does Your Engine Run?
is a comprehensive resource on
treatment modalities and
individuals with autism, including sensory integration
parent Valerie L. Richey MD, ND.
sensory friendly movie theaters
integration, therapy, resources, toys,
company's website includes a pediatric blog, information about Rhythmic
Training and a page of great sensory integration videos.
Resources sells books, audiotapes and videos about sensory integration.
They sponsor workshops and provide great on-line resources related
education and parenting.
Resources for those touched by Sensory Processing
Disorders (SPD). Sensory Street offers workshops
and seminars to help the community understand how
it feels to live with SP issues and teach strategies to
help those kids regulate and participate.
With Activities to
Sensory Processing Disorder
Network provides links for
care professionals, a health care
parent support connections.
Krzyzanowski, Joan, Keller Moir, Kristina,
Strategies to Increase Learning and
Resources, Las Vegas, NV, 2006.
movement, arts and crafts and
therapists to improve learning.
New Games Book, A Dolphin book/
York, 1976. This classic provides
New Games Book
Moves: Why Learning Is Not All in Your Head,
Publishers, Atlanta, GA, 1995.
case for improving brain power and education
integrating movement into the day.
Moves: Why Learning Is Not All in Your Head
Videos and Websites
Barbara, Moving right Along,
PDP Press, Inc. Hugo, MN, 1985.
occupational therapist provides fun movement games for children
improve their coordination, balance, rhythm and other motor skills.
Also check out
101 Fun, Easy Games that Enhance
Intelligence and Spirit Games
300 Fun Activities that Bring Children
Smart Play: 101 Fun, Easy Games
That Enhance Intelligence
Spirit Games: 300 Fun Activities That
Bring Children Comfort and Joy
World's Best Street and Yard Games, Sterling
Co., Inc. New York, 1989. It's
about fun, movement,
socializing and being a kid using little more than a ball,
World's Best Street and Yard Games
Danielle and Visscher, Marjoke, Yoga
Games for Children,
of games to
techniques, yoga postures,
House, Inc. CA, 2003
Idiot's guide to Yoga with Kids, Alpha
This book is
full of various
activities for adults and kids to enjoy
together or individually.
Idiot's Guide to Yoga
- Shaw, Beth, YogaFit,
Human Kinetics, Ill, 2001.
books and videos provide easy to follow instructions.
books, CD's and DVD's how to incorporate
poses and entertainment into
the yoga practice for kids.
The program also
attaches a symbolic character
building lesson to each pose,
following a storyline.
move around the board and
either get to plant
put up a piece
night sky or perform a yoga position.
is to get the
garden planted before the night sky is full.
Garden is a
cooperative game created by Jennifer Durand.
Sites with Movement Activities