Date Presented 03/27/20
A comparison between children with and without PTS symptoms, found that children with PTS symptoms are at increased risk for sensory processing deficits in various sensory modalities, over and above the core symptoms of PTSD. These results emphasis that sensory processing should be incorporated into the routine evaluation of this population and point to the importance of occupational therapy trauma-informed intervention programs, emphasizing the sensory component of regulation
Primary Author and Speaker: Aviva Yochman
Contributing Authors: Ruth Pat- Horenczyk
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