Core Reading List
1. Carter, M., & Stephenson, J. (2011; 2012). The use of multi-sensory environments in schools servicing children with severe disabilities. Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities, 24(1), 95-109.
2. Davies, C. (2019). Creating Multi-Sensory Environments: Practical Ideas for Teaching and Learning. Routledge: London
3. Fowler, S. (2006). Sensory stimulation: Sensory-focused activities for people with physical and multiple disabilities. Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
4. Grove, N. (2017). The big book of Storysharing: A handbook for personal storytelling with children and young people who have severe communication difficulties. Routledge.
5. Kurtz, E. A. (2014). A sourcebook for sensorimotor learning: simple low-cost games and activities or young children including those with autism, ADHD, sensory processing disorder, and other learning differences (1-84905-977-2, 978-1-84905-977-0).
6. Pagliano, P. (2017). Multisensory Environments. Routledge: London.
7. Park, K. (2017). Interactive storytelling: Developing Inclusive stories for children and adults. Routledge.
8. Reebye, P. N., & Stalker, A. (2007). Understanding regulation disorders of sensory processing in children: Management strategies for parents and professionals. Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
9. Ross, S. M., Bogart, K. R., Logan, S. W., Case, L., Fine, J., & Thompson, H. (2016). Physical activity participation of disabled children: A systematic review of conceptual and methodological approaches in health research. Frontiers in public health, 4, 187.
10. Stephenson, J., & Carter, M. (2011). Use of multisensory environments in schools for students with severe disabilities: Perceptions from schools. Education and Training in Autism and Developmental Disabilities, 276-290.
Supplementary Reading List
1. Caldwell, P., & Caldwell, P. (2008). Using intensive interaction and sensory integration: A handbook for those who support people with severe autistic spectrum disorder. Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
2. Emmons, P., & Anderson, L. (2005). Understanding sensory dysfunction: Learning, development and sensory dysfunction in autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, learning disabilities and bipolar disorder. Jessica Kingsley Publishers.
3. Stemar, M. (2001). Posture and Movement of the Child with Cerebral Palsy. Elsevier Health Sciences Publishers.
4. Tachibana, Y., Miyazaki, C., Ota, E., Mori, R., Hwang, Y., Kobayashi, E., … & Kamio, Y. (2017). A systematic review and meta-analysis of comprehensive interventions for pre-school children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). PloS one, 12(12), e0186502.
5. Unwin, K. L., Powell, G., & Jones, C. R. (2021). The use of Multi-Sensory Environments with autistic children: Exploring the effect of having control of sensory changes. Autism, 13623613211050176.