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Webinar: Sensory Processing Disorders - Adapting the Home Environment for Children with Disabilities

Yael Yoshei - Occupational Therapist and Hydrotherapist, Coordinator of Hydrotherapy Studies at the Trump Institute,
Beit Issie Shapiro


Many parents are aware of the concept of "sensory processing disorder" but don't always understand the full meaning of this concept and how it affects their children's behavior and ability to function in their daily lives. Difficulties in sensory processing can lead to tensions and anger among family members and difficulty in day-to-day tasks and activities.

In this webinar, we will explain the sensory systems and disorders in sensory processing. We will describe how they affect the daily life of the child and the family and how the home environment can be adapted to allow better functioning in all areas of life.


Research Articles & AbstractsComparison Of Hydrotherapy Treatment In A Pool With And Without Sensory Adaptation, For Toddlers With Developmental Disabilities
Research Articles & AbstractsInfluence of Adapted Environment on the Anxiety of Medically Treated Children, with Developmental Disability as Compared to Typical Children
Professional ArticlesSensing the world: On the familiar and the hidden senses
  • Disabilities:

    Sensory processing disorder

  • Topics:

    Multi-Sensory Environments

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  • Audience:

    General public, Professionals

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