Date Presented 04/04/19
A single subject design was used to explore in-seat time changes in a child with sensory-craving behaviors following participation in a 12-week enhanced sensory program (ESP) in OT. The ESP included occupation-based vestibular, tactile, and proprioceptive stimulation provided through play. Findings suggest that time in-seat was more stable on days when the ESP was provided, as compared to days when the program was not provided. More data are needed to validate these findings.
Primary Author and Speaker: Kerrie Ramsdell
Additional Authors and Speakers: Barbara Doucet
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