Books and Articles:
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Boakes M Vibrotactile Stimulation. British Journal Occupational Therapy . Vol 1. p.220-224.
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Bryant W (1991). Creative groupwork with confused elderly people: A development of sensory integration therapy. British Journal Occupational Therapy . Vol 54. p.187-192.
Champagne , T. (2003). Creating nurturing and healing environments for a culture of care.Occupational Therapy Advance . Vol. 19 (19), p. 50.
Champagne , T. (2003). Sensory Modulation and Environment: Essential Elements of Occupation . Champagne Conferences & Consultation: Southampton , MA .
Champagne, T. & Stromberg, N, (2004). Sensory approaches in inpatient psychiatric settings: innovative alternatives to seclusion & restraint. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing, 42 (9).
Crystal H, Grober E, Masur D (1989). Preservation of musical memory in Alzheimer’s disease.Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry . Vol 52. p.1415-1416.
Edmans J, Lincoln N (1991). Treatment of visual perceptual deficits after stroke: single case studies on four patients with right hemiplegia. British Journal Occupational Therapy . Vol 54. p.139-144.
Finnema E, Droes RM, Ribbe M, Van Tilburg W (2000). The effects of emotion-oriented approaches in the care for persons suffering from dementia: a review of the literature. Internation Journal Geriatric Pyschiatry . 15(2); 141-161
Gaebler H, Hemsley D (1991)The assessment and short term manipulation of affect in the severely demented. Behavioral Psychotherapy . Vol 19. p.145-156.
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Greene J, Smith R, Gardiner M, Timbury G (1982) Measuring behavioral disturbances of elderly demented patients in the community and it’s effects on relatives. Age and Ageing . Vol 11. p.121-126.
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Hagger E., Hutchinson R (1991). Snoezelen : an approach to the provision of a leisure resource for people with profound and multiple handicaps. Mental Handicap . Vol 19. p.51-54.
Hulsegge J, & Verheul A (1987) Snoezelen . ROMPA: Chesterfield .
Hutchinson R (1991). The Whittington Hall Snoezelen project . North Derbyshire Health Authority.
Jenkins J, Felse D, Lunt B, Powell L (1977). Increasing engagement in activity of residence in old peoples homes by providing recreational materials. Behaviour, Research and Therapy . Vol 13. p.83-86.
Jennett S, Lincoln N (1991). An evaluation of the effectiveness of group therapy for memory problems. International Disability Studies . Vol. 13, p.83-86.
King L (1974). A sensory integrative approach to schizophrenia. American Journal Occupational Therapy . Vol 28. p.529-536.
Long A, & Haig L (1992). How do clients benefit from Snoezelen ? An exploratory study. British Journal Occupational Therapy . Vol 55. p.103-106.
Martin NT, Gaffan EA, Williams T (1998) Behavioral effects of long-term multi-sensory stimulation.British Journal Clinical Psychology . 37. 69-82.
Moffat N, Barker P, Pinkney L (1993). Snoezelen : an experience for people with dementia . ROMPA. Chesterfield .
Norberg A, Melin E, Asplund K (1986). Reaction to music, touch and object presentation in the final stage of dementia. An exploratory study. International Journal of Nursing Studies . Vol. 23. p.315-323.
Pinkney L (1997). A comparison of the Snoezelen environment and a music relaxation group on mood and behaviour of patients with senile dementia. British Journal Occupational Therapy . 60(5); 209-212.
Pinkney L (1998). Exploring the myth of multisensory environments. British Journal Occupational Therapy . 61(8).
Pinkney L (2000). Assessment of the multisensory environment. British Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation . Vol 7(4); 158-162.
Pulsford D, Rushforth D, Connor I (2000). Woodlands therapy: an ethnographic analysis of a small group therapeutic activity for people with moderate or severe dementia. Journal of Advanced Nursing. 32(3); p. 650-657.
Robinson M (1990). Going Dutch with sensory stimulation. TherapyWeekly . Feb. 1; 4.
ROMPA catalogue, ROMPA: Chesterfield .
Shapiro M. Parush S. Green M. Roth D. (1997). The efficacy of the Snoezelen in the management of children with mental retardation who exhibit maladaptive behaviours. The British Journal of Developmental Disabilities . 43, part2, 85; p. 140-155.
Schofield P (1996). Snoezelen: its potential for people with chronic pain. Complementary Therapies in Nursing and Midwifery . 2. 9-12.
Scholfield P, Davis B (1998). Sensory deprivation and chronic pain: a review of the literature.Disability and Rehabilitation . 20(10); 357-366.
Thompson S, Martin S (1994). Making sense of multisensory rooms for people with learning disabilities. British Journal Occupational Therapy . 57 (9). 341-344.
Thompson S, Martin S (1993)The pleasure of plasma. Therapy Weekly . Sept 23; 17.
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