~Sensory Integration Dysfunction - Ricca Klein

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Sensory Integration Dysfunction By Ricca Klein
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Sensory Integration Normal Sensory Integration Neurological process of organizing info from body and environment for use in daily life Central nervous system 80% of nervous system involves processing sensory info
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Sensory Integration Dysfunction Inability to process sensations efficiently Take in too much or too little information Hypersensitive Hyposensitive Neurological disorganization Inefficient motor, language, or emotional output
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Senses Far Senses Hearing, sight, smell, taste, touch Near Senses Tactile Vestibular Proprioceptive
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The CNS Neurons Sensory Impulses from receptors in eyes, ears, skin, muscles, joints, organs Motor Spinal Cord Interprets sensory messages, sends motor messages The Brain
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The Brain and Sensory Integration 4 Important Parts Brainstem Cerebellum Diencephalon Cerebrum
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