Sensory Modulation & Environment: Essential Elements of Occupation – 3rd edition

Explores sensory modulation applications, theory through practice
  • Author:
    Tina Champagne
  • Year:
    2011
  • Age Range:
    Adolescent to Adult
  • Administration Time:
    N/A
  • Administration Type:
    Paper & digital
 

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Now available in digital format

The revised third edition of the Sensory Modulation & Environment handbook is an excellent resource full of practical information created primarily for use with the adolescent, adult and geriatric populations in mental health services. It explores the entirety of sensory modulation applications: theory through practice.

Included in this edition are sensory modulation assessment tools, worksheets and information on:

  • The Sensory Modulation Program

  • Trauma-informed care

  • The restraint reduction initiative

  • Diagnostic considerations

  • Self-injurious behaviour

  • Creating "sensory diets"

  • The use of weighted modalities

  • The creation and use of sensory rooms

  • Self-rating tools

  • Individual and group treatment ideas

  • Policy and procedure examples

  • Quality improvement study samples

  • Staff training handouts

  • Assorted handouts, worksheets and much more!

This resource is a must-have for the innovative mental health practitioner or educator!

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  • 9314994235463
    Sensory Modulation & Environment: Essential Elements of Occupation – 3rd edition (Print)
    $120.00
  • 9781488671180
    Sensory Modulation & Environment: Essential Elements of Occupation – 3rd edition (Digital via Q-global)*
    $120.00

*Viewed online only, this title is not able to be downloaded or printed, with the exception of the reproducible worksheets. The first time you purchase a Q-global digital asset, a Q-global account will automatically be created for you.


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Sensory Modulation & Mental Health Practice Applications
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