References / Recommendations
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- Sensory Integration Network (UK and Ireland)
The Sensory Integration Network aims to promote education, good practice and research in sensory integration and practice. The Network provides information, advice and support to parents, carers and teachers of people with sensory integrative or related difficulties and training for professionals.
- Sensory Integration Global Network
SIGN is made up of a group of volunteers who came together to protect the integrity and promote the body of work of Dr A. Jean Ayres in Sensory Integration Theory and Intervention.
- Sensory Processing Disorder Network
Project of the US-based KID Foundation, a non-profit organisation based in Colorado. The SPDN acts as a portal for information about sensory processing disorders.
- Sensory Smarts
Advice and tips for parents of Children with sensory disorders from Lindsey Biel and Nancy Peske, authors of Raising a Sensory Smart Child.
- Community: Sensory Integration
A selection of articles on sensory integration for children can be found at this website.
- Children’s Disabilities Information
This website provides sensory integration articles and resources focusing on impact and treatment.
- The National Autistic Society
This UK charity is for people with autism (including Asperger syndrome), their families and professionals, providing information and support. Has links for sensory integration.