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A practice-based evidence (PBE) approach was used to explore the outcomes of the Therapeutic Listening® technique. PBE examines how effective clinical practice is within the actual clinical context. PBE capitalizes on using customary procedures and measures to establish clinical outcomes. (Horn & Gassaway, 2010; Swisher, 2010).
Therapeutic Listening® (TL®) is a sound-based intervention broadly used by pediatric OTs as a complement to sensory integration interventions for children with sensory processing disorders.
Julia Wilbarger, Ph.D., OTR/L
American Occupational Therapy Association Annual Conference
Salt Lake City, UT
Therapeutic Listening, Learning Disabilities, Developmental Disabilities, Sensory Integration Intervention, Quickshifts
Occupational Therapy | Other Rehabilitation and Therapy
Hair, Donielle; Taasan, Phoebe; Tashjian, Hannah; and Wilbarger, Julia L., "Measuring the Outcomes of Therapeutic Listening® in Children With Learning and Developmental Disabilities" (2018). Student Research Posters. 73.