Listed below are audio or video productions available to parents and others interested in additional information and resources about children with sensory integration and sensory processing challenges, including several for parents of children with autism.
Importance of Sensory Integration by Pathways.org—Watch this video to gain an understanding of sensory issues. This video uses animation to provide information about: the 7 senses, how individuals use sensory information, and possible signs of sensory integration issues.
How Occupational Therapy Helps with Sensory Integration Issues by Pathways.org—Watch this video to learn how occupational therapy can be used as a treatment for children who struggle with sensory issues. This video shows an expert panel of health professionals discussing how occupational therapy works and the benefits it can provide.
Does My Child Have A Sensory Issue? by Pathways.org—Watch this video to learn about possible signs of sensory integration issues. This video shows an expert panel of health professionals discussing how sensory integration affects children and the real-life stories of parents of children with sensory issues.
Sensory processing for parents: From roots to wings [DVD] by Judith E. Reisman (1997)
Applying sensory integration principles where children live, learn and play [DVD] by Pediatric Therapy Network
Autistic-Like: Graham’s Story [DVD] by Erik Linthorst (2009)
Making sense of sensory integration, 2nd edition [CD and booklet] by Jane Koomar, Stacey Szklut, & Sharon Cermak. (2005)
The out of sync child: Recognizing and coping with sensory integrative dysfunction [DVD] by Carol Stock Kranowitz & Danny Koker (director)
A Teacher’s Guide to Sensory Processing Disorder [CD] by Carol Kranowitz & Stacey Szklut
Learning about learning disabilities by Judith E. Reisman & Nancy Scott (1989)
Autism & Asperger’s Syndrome: Addressing sensory issues, brain function, social skills, job skills, medications, and more! [DVD] by Temple Grandin
Temple Grandin [DVD] distributed by HBO Films