A Model for Classroom-Based Intervention for Children with Sensory Processing Differences

This study by Wild and Steely (2018) was based on the implementation of a BrainWorks program that included movement breaks and other sensory strategies into general education classrooms in a school district in Texas. The results of this study were presented at AOTA’s National Conference in 2017. Please CLICK HERE to download the full report.

Wild, G., & Steeley, S. (2018). A model for classroom-based intervention for children with sensory processing differences. International Journal of Special Education, 33(3), 745–765. 

Parent’s Perception of Effectiveness of Sensory Diets: A Multiple Case Study Analysis

CLICK HERE to read our pilot study on the effectiveness of sensory diets using BrainWorks.

We welcome further research on the use of BrainWorks! If you have a research project in mind and would like to use BrainWorks tools, please contact Gwen by email: gwen@sensationalbrain.com. Gwen is happy to donate supplies and/or training to students and professionals involved in research.

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