Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) refers to:
Homonymous Hemianopsia is defined as:
What is another name for Sensory Processing Disorder?
Which patient populations might present with sensory integration difficulties:
Brain injury can result in sensory integration difficulties.
Working Memory typically degrades with age.
The brain develops through 3-dimensional movement.
Gravity taps into:
Switching between the left and right hand in an activity such as The Multi-Matrix Game can help integrate the left and right hemispheres of the brain.
When you turn the head you:
The Vestibular system is:
Which behavior is worth noting when observing a client using The Multi-Matrix Game?
Sensory over-responsivity is characterized by intense, quick responses to sensory stimuli.
Name the research article you chose for Assignment #1 and list your key findings.
Detail your personal experience dealing with increasing brain loads in Assignment #2.
List your client/volunteer observations from Assignment #3.
The course met the objective of describing Sensory Processing Disorder.
The course allowed for varied practice of sensory integration techniques.
The course was applicable to my client population.
The instructor was knowledgeable in the subject matter.
The subject matter was presented effectively and clearly.
The course technology was easy to navigate and appropriate to support learning.
I would take another course in this format.
I would refer a peer to this course.
The course met the objective of identifying populations that can benefit from sensory development.
The course met the objective of describing the importance of 3-dimensional movement for brain development.
Please rate the administration of the course.
How long did it take you to complete the course?
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