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Sc13 neuro fox hofmann - SENSORY INTEGRATION TECHNIQUES FOR SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGISTS: AN INTRODUCTION By Scott Fox, M.A., CCC/SLP AND Erin Hofmann, M.A., CCC/SLP I.INTRODUCTION II.CLINICAL REASONING 1.What filter might you look through first (most obvious to your background and orientation) to describe a child performance.-

First impressions

- Applied Behavioral Analysis -

Play
- Child directed vs.Adult directed -< -< Defensiveness -< -

Syntax
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Suck/Swallow/Breathe -< -< Integrity -

Normative Data
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Ocular motor -

Phonological Development

-

Self Regulation -

Augmentative Communication

- CNS/Biochemistry/Neurochemistry -

Sign Language
-

Sensory Systems -

Auditory Processing -

Symbolic Integration-

Experienced Based Therapy

-

Sensory Motor Integration -< Skills -< Motor/Fine Motor -

Developmental Levels

-

Visual Perception -

Oral Motor Skills

-

ADLs -

Feeding
-

Ethnicity/socioeconomic -< -

Learning Styles
-

Occupational Performance -

Functional -

Family experiences/Opportunities -

Medical -< Emotional 2.What does the child already know how to do to support what performance.3.Under what circumstances (what environment, performance requirements, stressors, etc.)

Does the child do

? (Fill in the blank with one of her/his strategies.) 4.For what (your perceived) purpose does the child do

? 5.What will it take to support the child to do what he wants to do the way he wants to do it.

(Consider environments, criteria for success according to the child, stressors, current level of alertness.)

Adapted from Oetter, 1995; Oetter, Fox and Rouse, 1999/ Oetter & Fox 11/00 I.INTRODUCTION TO SENSORY INTEGRATION A.Sensory Integration:

the ability of the nervous system to organize sensory input for meaningful adaptive responses (Ayres).Sensory Integration is a process (from SI theory) and the ability to: - receive sensory stimuli

- attribute meaning to that stimuli or information

- integrate that information with other information- integrate this data with prior sensory motor experience - produce an efficient adaptive response - register the adaptive or motor response for future use *

"treatment facilitates sensory integration by supporting different parts of the nervous system to work together for more effective interaction with the environment and self satisfaction."

(as defined by Dr.A.Jean Ayres)

B.Arousal, Attention and Self Regulation1.Arousal-is the state of the nervous system, describing how alert

one feels.

(as defined by Williams and Shellenberger, 96) 2.Self Regulation-is the ability to attain, maintain, and change arousal appropriately for a task or situation.

(as defined by Williams and Shellenberger, 96) C.Sensory sense.Largest sense to body movement through space and change in head position.

It coordinates movement of eyes, head, and body in relation to space.

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all other types of sensation are processed in reference to this vestibular information so when the vestibular system is not functioning in an accurate way the interpretation of other senses will be inaccurate.Proprioception- sense of awareness of body position.

Perception of sensation from muscles and joints.-

Heavy work-

type of proprioception that includes anything that

works the muscles against Defensiveness:

a constellation of symptoms that are the result of defensive reactions to non-noxious stimuli across one or more modalities

(Wilbarger & Wilbarger, 1991).E.

Social Emotional Disorders Related to Sensory Defensiveness:

a pattern of learned behaviors that create habits and interaction styles that is protective and defensive in nature.

These stress and anxiety reactions can continue after the primary symptoms of sensory defensiveness are no longer present.(Wilbarger & Wilbarger, 1992) F.

Sensory Diet:A term coined by occupational therapist Patricia Wilbarger to describe the brains need for sensorimotor input, and if we provide the brain with needed input we will feel more alert and defensiveness can affect any or all of the sensory systems *

Often leads to an avoidance of interaction with environment.Effects on communication/attention/learning Directed Activities Sensory Defensiveness
Decreased by various types of

Sensory input

(over or under-reactive)
Oral hyper/hypo sensitivity

Poor respiratory rate/rhythm/depth
Continuous state of hyper vigilance Difficulty changing level of attention Poor peer interaction Withdrawn Resistance to participating in activities Attending

*

Refer to Sensory Defensiveness in Children

Aged 2-12 (Wilbarger & Wilbarger) Arousal/AttentionAbility to sustain and shift

attention Modulation of arousal for various activities Attention to communication partner

Ability to interpret non-verbal cues.Attention to task Maintain posture appropriate to activity Interaction with environment Topic maintenance Rate/Rhythm/volume/frequency of speech Turn taking * Refer to How Does Your Engine Run? (Williams & Shellenberger) Refer to Take Five!

(Williams & Shellenberger) Sensory Defensiveness
Therapressure Protocol Sensory

Diet Pressure and proprioception Oral input Climbingjumping/crashing Bite and tug Resistive suck Pulling Heavy work Hide outs Music
Arousal/AttentionPressure and proprioception Bite/blow/suck/chew Resistive suck

(water bottle) Sitting/bouncing on therapy ball Movement Heavy work Music/rhythm Alert Program (How Does Your Engine Run) Hand fidgets Seating alternatives Breathe Respiratory support for speech Decreased MLU Final consonant deletion/stopping Increased rate Pitch/rhythm Difficulty with continuants Attention Written language Need for continuous movement Increased or decreased arousal * Refer to M.O.R.E.(Frick, Oetter, & Richter) Movement/VestibularExploration Turn taking Processing Attention/modulation Increased or decreased arousal Sequence in time and space Non-verbal Posture Muscle tone Orientation Concepts Stable visual field Stable auditory field * Refer to Sensory Integration and the Child (Ayres) Respiration/Posture Blow toys Kazoo conversation Belly ball Hand placement Growling and crawling like animals Bubble jar Blow darts Vestibular

Seating adjustments Music Movement/VestibularFront to back Side to side Rotation Upside down Swings Slides Scooterboards Rolling on floor or over therapy ball Obstacle course

Play Ground equipment Trampoline Change of head position ***The information in this handout represents only a small sample of interventions.

All activities should be directed and monitored by qualified therapists.

Activities should be modified on an ongoing basis to best facilitate each childs progress.***The information printed in this handout was modified from the following list of references: REFERENCESAyres, A.J.,

Sensory Integration and the Psychological

Services, Los Angeles, CA.Frick, S., Oetter, P., Richter, E.

M.O.R.E.

Integrating the Mouth with Sensory

and Postural Press, Inc, Hugo, MI.

SII.

A Parents Guide to Understanding Sensory International, Torrance, CA.Wilbarger, P.

& Wilbarger, J.L.

Sensory Defensiveness in Children Aged 2-12.1991.Avanti Educational Programs, Denver.Williams, M.S., Shellenberger, S.

How Does Your Engine Run?

The Alert

Program for Works Inc.,

Albuquerque, NM.Windeck, S.L., & Laurel, M.

(1989).

A theoretical framework combining speech-

Language therapy with sensory integration treatment.

Sensory Integration Special Interest Section Newsletter, 12(1)..
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