Royal College of Occupational Therapists

Sensory Processing: It only matters in everyday life

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Speakers: Dr Winnie Dunn, Distinguished Professor, Department of Occupational Therapy Education, University of Kansas.

Winnie Dunn explains how her and her collegues began researching sensory processing outside of the traditional subjects (children with autism, schizophrenia and anxiety) and found important results outside of this schema.