Date of Award
Critically Appraised Topic
Gail Bass/Devon Olson Lambert
Children who have been exposed to trauma may develop sensory impairments, such as inadequate sensory processing and regulation when engaging in occupations within the school setting. Currently, there is a lack of evidence demonstrating the efficacy of sensory-based occupational therapy intervention with children who have experienced trauma. The purpose of this critically appraised topic paper is to describe the current evidence for utilizing sensory-based interventions, in combination with environmental modifications, to influence occupational engagement among school-aged children who have experienced adverse childhood experiences.
Huot, Josie; Kasper, Abigail; Siebenaler, Erin; and Wetzel, Jessica, "Critically Appraised Topic: The Use of Occupation-Based Sensory Intervention and Environmental Modification with School-Aged Children who have Experienced Trauma" (2022). Critically Appraised Topics. 39.