The sensory detective curriculum : discovering sensory processing and how it supports attention, focus & regulation skills / Paula Aquilla, Alexi Edelstein ; with Paula Riczker.
By: Aquilla, Paula.
Contributor(s): Edelstein, Alexi | Riczker, Paula.Publisher: Arlington, TX : Sensory World, 2016Copyright date: 2016Description: x., 183 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781935567608.Subject(s): SENSORY STIMULATION | SENSORIMOTOR INTEGRATION | SENSORY DISORDERS | CHILDREN | SELF REGULATION | ATTENTION
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Includes bibliographical references.
Sensory processing and sensations -- Let's look at the nervous system -- Assessment -- Self-discovery -- Identifying sensory processing disorders -- How can we support people with sensory processing disorders? -- Moving forward together.
Understanding our sensory processing ability helps us to understand our likes, dislikes, and regulation style. i.e.: the strategies we use to help keep ourselves in a calm, alert state. The calm alert state is the state necessary for learning! Knowing how to stay regulated is a life skill. This ability enables us to function in different environments, in different situations and with different people.