Date Presented 04/04/19
This study examines the relationship between parent stress and sensory processing differences in preschool-age children who were referred to a multidisciplinary pediatric psychiatry clinic. A correlation was found between elevated parent stress and sensory processing differences in their children. These results provide evidence to support the role of the OT in pediatric mental-health settings and encourage collaboration between OTs and mental-health professionals.
Primary Author and Speaker: Kristina Daily
Contributing Authors: Alexis Clyde, Brandon Oscarson
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