With Tracy Murnan Stackhouse
A sensory diet is an occupational therapy intervention strategy devised to attain and maintain appropriate arousal states throughout each day.
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More from Tracy Murnan Stackhouse and Ruth Meisnner from DevelopmentFX↗:
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