Tangible Handling in the Classroom.

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Tactile Handling in the Classroom Exhibited by: Laura Peregoy, MS, OTR/L Motivation Presentation/What is OT? Tactile Handling—What is it? Tangible Preparing - Advancement Indications of Tactile Handling/Sensorimotor Issues Conclusion Questions What is Word related Treatment?
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Tactile Processing in the Classroom Presented by: Laura Peregoy, MS, OTR/L

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AGENDA Introduction/What is OT? Tactile Processing—What is it? Tangible Processing- - Development Signs of Sensory Processing/Sensorimotor Problems Conclusion Questions

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What is Occupational Therapy? Word related Therapy is the remedial utilization of self-care, work, and play exercises to expand free capacity, improve advancement, and avoid incapacities [and] may incorporate adjustment of undertaking or environment to accomplish most extreme autonomy and to upgrade personal satisfaction. (AOTA, 1986) OT’s are worried with breaking down the child’s capacity to perform in their ordinary connection. OT’s have 2 expansive objectives for the kids we serve: To enhance the child’s utilitarian execution To improve the child’s capacity to collaborate with his or her physical and social situations

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Sensory Processing Imagine….

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Developmental Tree of Sensory Motor Skills

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Definition of Terms: Vestibular Proprioception Tactile Auditory Visual Olfactory Gustatory

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Vestibular The vestibular framework is the tangible framework that reacts to changes in head position in connection to gravity, speeding up and deceleration. The vestibular receptors are the hair cells situated in and around the internal ear and are in charge of the location of changes in head position and development. The vestibular framework gives such data as: Are you moving? It is safe to say that you are correct side up or upside down? How quick would you say you are going? What course? The vestibular framework impacts muscle tone in certain muscle bunches, harmony reactions, passionate reactions to development, and even disposition and conduct. Brokenness in the vestibular framework may bring about the shirking and dreadfulness of development exercises or in an absence of familiarity with statures and the subsequent peril.

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Proprioception alludes to the inward familiarity with one’s body as got through muscle and joint receptors and is empowered by dynamic development. Proprioceptive data furnishes us with an inner guide of our body and also gives data to the cerebrum on how the body is moving and the position of a body part at any given minute in time.

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Tactile The feeling of touch Pertains to the mindfulness or view of the area or change in position of an outer jolt connected to the skin. There are 2 subsystems: It is fundamental for the two frameworks to be adjusted and cooperate. Defensive System: The agony and temperature channel serves as defensive touch as it cautions the body to any possibly hurtful or risky boosts. Discriminative System: Gives the body data about the jolts\' nature.

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Auditory The feeling of listening to Auditory preparing alludes to the brain’s capacity to apply intending to this tactile data (sounds) and not to how well the ear is hearing (sound-related sharpness).

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Visual The feeling of sight Visual handling alludes to the brain’s capacity to apply intending to the tangible data (vision) and not how well the eye is seeing (visual sharpness). Incorporates: visual memory, visual consecutive memory, visual separation, visual conclusion, visual spatial connections, visual structure consistency, and visual figure-ground.

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Olfactory This feeling of smell. The olfactory data goes to a profound segment of the mind and has an extremely compelling passionate flood that unequivocally influences sentiments and feelings.

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Gustatory The feeling of taste Gustatory recognition is reliant on olfactory sensation.

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Signs of Sensory Processing and Sensorimotor Problems Sensory: Spinning Headbanging Outbursts Emotional flimsiness Poor eye contact Dislikes change Avoids engine play Poor consciousness of self in space Poor control as to self-stimming Hand fluttering

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Signs of Sensory Processing and Sensorimotor Problems Repetitive discourse Biting Clumsiness Floppy muscle tone Does not care for touch Cannot feel touch Poor or no midline crossing Poor coordination between the two sides of the body Short consideration compass Hyperactive

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Signs of Sensory Processing and Sensorimotor Problems Decreased capacity to concentrate Decreased capacity for dynamic thought Decreased oral engine aptitudes coming from the tactile organs Decreased gravitational security Decreased parity

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Signs of Sensory Processing and Sensorimotor Problems Motor: Raised shoulders Poor gross engine abilities Disjointed appearance Poor fine engine aptitudes Poor penmanship Appears “tight” or “rigid” amid movement Toe walkers “Bird” walk

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Conclusion Sensory Processing or tangible incorporation alludes to the brain’s capacity to allot intending to approaching tangible boosts. Tactile Processing is diverse for each individual and may shift step by step or even moment by moment.

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References Ayres, A. Jean. Tangible Integration and the Child. Western Psychological Services, Los Angeles, CA 1979 Case-Smith, Jane; Allen, Anne; Pratt, Pat Nuse. Word related Therapy for Children. Mosby, Gainsville, Georgia, 1996 Denniger-Bryant, Debra J. Tactile Integration: Its Effect on Learning, Behavior and Motor Control. Presentation; September 28-29, 2006 Kranowitz, Carol Stock. The Out-of-Sync Child. Sky facing window Pres

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