Sensory Processing in Everyday Life
with Dr. Winnie Dunn
Dr. Winnie Dunn totally changed how we think about sensory processing for Autistic people. In this episode, we explore a person-centered, strengths-based way to consider our Autistic clients’ sensory needs in their daily lives. We also get Dr. Dunn’s advice on how to use her tool – The Sensory Profile II – in a way that will make your work easier and more impactful.
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Find Dr. Dunn online: Distinguished Professor at the University of Missouri
Read Dr. Dunn’s Latest Publications:
- Living Sensationally understanding your senses.
- Strengths-based approaches: What if even the ‘bad’ things are good things?
- Sensory processing in the general population: adaptability, resiliency and challenging behavior.
- Sensory processing in autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and typical development.
- Classifying sensory profiles of children in the general population.
- The relationship between sensory processing patterns and behavioral patterns in children.
- Sensory Subtypes in preschool aged children with autism spectrum disorder.
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