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Sensory Processing Handouts

Sensory Processing Handouts

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Winnie Dunn, PhD, OTR, FAOTAProfessor and ChairDepartment of Occupational Therapy EducationUniversity of Kansas
Copyright © 2009 byWinnie Dunn, PhD, OTR, FAOTA. Used with permission.
LEARNINGOBJECTIVES
Delineate the core concepts of sensoryprocessing to others
Recognize how sensory processing concepts canbe applied in everyday life situations
Recognize the occupational therapist’s role as
information broker in the therapeutic process
Select appropriate evidence to support practicedecisions
Recognize how to integrate sensory processinginsights into school and home environments
2Copyright © 2009 byWinnie Dunn, PhD, OTR, FAOTA. Used with permission.
Lessons in This Program
Core Concepts of Sensory Processing
Explaining Sensory Processing Concepts toOthers
Assessment and Interpretation of SensoryProcessing Patterns
Evidence-Based Intervention Planning
Applications to School Practice
Directions for the Future
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I am the author or coauthor of the Sensory Profile measuresdiscussed in this lesson; they are published by Pearson, Inc.I am the author of the book
Living Sensationally: Understanding Your Senses,
which is referenced in this lesson; it is published by JessicaKingsley Publishers.
Copyright © 2009 byWinnie Dunn, PhD, OTR, FAOTA. Used with permission.
Dunn’s (1997) Model of Sensory Processing guides our thinking.
Sensory processing reflects nervous system activity.
Sensory processing patterns apply to everyone.
Sensory processing concepts can be situated with other approaches.
5Copyright © 2009 byWinnie Dunn, PhD, OTR, FAOTA. Used with permission.
Dunn’s (1997) Model of Sensory
Processing
Responsiveness/ Self-Regulation StrategiesThresholds/ ReactivityPassiveActiveHigh
RegistrationSeeking
 
Low
Sensitivity Avoiding
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Copyright © 2009 byWinnie Dunn, PhD, OTR, FAOTA. Used with permission.
Dunn’s Model of Sensory
Processing
Responsiveness/ Self-Regulation StrategiesThresholds/ ReactivityPassiveActiveHigh
RegistrationSeeking
 
Low
Sensitivity Avoiding
7Copyright © 2009 byWinnie Dunn, PhD, OTR, FAOTA. Used with permission.
Dunn’s Model of Sensory
Processing
Responsiveness/ Self-Regulation StrategiesThresholds/ ReactivityPassiveActiveHigh
RegistrationSeeking
 
Low
Sensitivity Avoiding
8Copyright © 2009 byWinnie Dunn, PhD, OTR, FAOTA. Used with permission.
Sensory processing reflectsnervous system activity.
(Brown, Tollefson, Dunn, Cromwell, & Filion, 2001)
Responsivity / habituation
Sensitivity:high / high Avoiding:high / low Registration:low / low Seeking:low / high
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