Abstract

Date Presented Accepted for AOTA INSPIRE 2021 but unable to be presented due to online event limitations.

Individuals with female sexual dysfunction (FSD) were found to be at increased risk for sensory over-responsivity across sensory modalities. OTs provide services for a variety of diagnostic populations with sexual dysfunction and should expand their unique role to include individuals with co-occurring FSD and sensory modulation disorder, by incorporating sensory processing into the routine evaluation and providing sensory strategies to facilitate satisfying sexual functioning.

Primary Author and Speaker: Aviva Yochman

Contributing Authors: Mijal Luria, Hadas Noy-Nota

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