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JOEC 2011, 10(4): 385-393 Back to browse issues page
Sensory Processing Patterns in Children with Autism DisorderFrom Winnie Dunn’s Perspective
Mina Ahmadi Kahjoogh Ms *, Mojgan Farahbod Ms, Hossein Soortigi Mr, Mehdi Rassafiani PhD
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Objective: In this review article, evidence about patterns of sensory processing in children with autism disorder from the perspective of Winnie Duun model is presented. Method: First, we provided a discription of autism disorder and sensory processing model then the studies and results of them are expressed. Results and Conclusion: The evidence demonstrated that children with autism have differently patterns from children without autism. The most difficulty of children with this type of developmental disorders, was in Auditory filtering that is relative to learning difficulties and attention deficient, which finally these problems affect optimal social participation and occupational performance of them.

Keywords: Sensory processing pattern, Sensory profile, children with Autism, Dunn
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Type of Study: Applicable | Subject: Special
Received: 2009/05/6 | Accepted: 2011/01/10 | Published: 2011/02/19
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Ahmadi Kahjoogh M, Farahbod M, Soortigi H, Rassafiani M. Sensory Processing Patterns in Children with Autism DisorderFrom Winnie Dunn’s Perspective. JOEC. 2011; 10 (4) :385-393
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