Karen O’Connor’s Holles’ Street Maternity Hospital research published in the Irish Medical Journal

Karen O’Connor along with Marie Slevin et al. have just published research which looks at Therapeutic Listening for Preterm Children with Sensory Dysregulation Attention and Cognitive Problems.

It concluded that Therapeutic Listening is a feasible intervention for preterm children to improve attention levels and sensory processing skills.

You can download the PDF by clicking here or read the paper online at the Irish Medical Journal here.

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