Occupational Therapy Practice Guidelines for Children and Youth with Challenges in Sensory Integration and Sensory Processing
Occupational Therapy Practice Guidelines for Children and Youth With Challenges in Sensory Integration and Sensory Processing provides an overview of the occupational therapy process, defining the occupational therapy domain and process and interventions that occur within the boundaries of acceptable practice and making recommendations for some specific methods of care. Based on systematic reviews conducted by content experts, AOTA’s Evidence-Based Practice tools and resources provide members with comprehensive information to
- Guide and inform clinical decision making;
- Share with clients who want to participate in the clinical decision-making process;
- Discuss the distinct value of occupational therapy interventions with external audiences, such as regulatory agencies, third-party payers, referral sources, and program managers;
- Stimulate academic and continuing education, in-service programs, or journal clubs; and
- Guide the development of clinical research projects.
Watling, R., Miller Kuhaneck, H., Parham, L. D., & Schaaf, R. (2018). Occupational therapy practice guidelines for children and youth with challenges in sensory integration and sensory processing . Bethesda, MD: AOTA Press.