This book looks interesting – I feel the same about the rosy, it made me feel calm and stopped me feeling like corners and edges and limited in what I could tolerate. I need rewiring…
A kind friend has lent me this book and I am loving it,
The book is unusual in that it is a compilation of letters written by a.Jean Ayres who pioneered Sensory Integration theory and practice to her own nephew Philip R, Erwin, Philip’s story is written in his own words and there are many fantastic chapters written by Zoe Mailoux who was one of Jean Ayres’ first research assistants.
Philip had sensory processing difficulties but was unable to be treated directly by Jean Ayres or any other OT and so he engaged in an education and consultation process with his Aunt via letter. This indirect long distance “therapy” by letter consisted of consultation and monitoring – advice and recommendations which included sensory strategies.
It was life changing for him as it has been for our family.
I am so passionate about access to SI intervention for as many children…
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