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Captured in previously unpublished correspondence written by sensory integration pioneer A. Jean Ayres to her nephew Philip Erwin, Love, Jean provides insight and inspiration to parents of children who have been diagnosed with dysfunction of sensory integration.
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The late Dr. A. Jean Ayers pioneered the theory of sensory integration, creating many of the principles that still guide its diagnosis and treatment. Philip R. Erwin, Dr. Ayers nephew, is a vocational educator and wooden boat restorer. Ms. Zoe Mailloux, one of Dr. Ayers first research assistants, is Director of Administration at the Pediatric Therapy Network in Torrance, California.Review:
A. Jean Ayres’ letters reveal her thoughts about her research, her own sensory needs, and her family relationships. -- Carol Stock Kranowitz, M.A., Author: The Out-of-Sync Child
Will touch the heart of parents, children and therapists who live or work with individuals who have sensory processing disorders. -- Lucy Jane Miller Ph.D., OTR, Executive Director, The KID Foundation
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