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Website Resources

Touch Research Institute
www.miami.edu/touch-research

International Association of Infant Massage Instructors (IAIMI)
www.iaim-us.com / 805-644-8524

International Association of Infant Massage
www.iaim.net

Foundation for Healthy Family Living
www.healthyfamily.org / 707-996-3545

International Institute of Infant Massage
www.infantmassageinstitute.com / 505-341-9381

Infant Massage Information Services
www.infantmassage-imis.com.au

Infant Massage USA
www.infantmassageusa.org

MindSource Center
www.mindsourcecenter.com

Become Your Teacher’s Helper: Tips from ASD Kids to Teachers
www.specialeducationadvisor.com

Cerebral Palsy Guide
www.cerebralpalsyguide.com

Cerebral Palsy Guidance

www.cerebralpalsyguidance.com


 

Publications by Mary Gengler Fuhr

“Infant Massage : For a Better Beginning”
Childbirth Update, Spring, 1986, pp. 4-5

“Massage for Infants and Young Children”
Occupational Therapy Forum, Volume II, No. 43
October 28, 1987, pp. 1-6

“The Importance of Skin-to-Skin Contact and Breastfeeding for Preterm Infants”
Tender Loving Care (Newsletter of the International Association of Infant Massage Instructors), Spring, 1988, p.1

“Infant Massage for Young Babies with Down’s Syndrome (Trisomy 21)
Tender Loving Care (Newsletter of the International Association of Infant Massage Instructors), Spring, 1988, p.4

“Infant Massage Helps Parents Interact with Newborn”
O.T. Week, October 27, 1988, pp. 5, 31. Co-authored with Kathy Fleming Drehobl, OTR/L

“A Neurophysiological Approach to Infant Massage”
Occupational Therapy Forum, Volume III, No. 44, October 31, 1989 pp. 1-7. Co-authored with Kathy Fleming Drehobl, OTR/L

“Pediatric Masssage – For the Child with Special Needs”
Book and Videotape. Co-authored with Kathy Fleming Drehobl, OTR/L. Published by Therapy Skill Builders of Tuscon, AZ, 1991, 1993.

“Caring Strokes for Little Folks: Theraputic Pediatric Massage”
Parent Articles about NDT. Edited by Rhoda Erhardt, M.S., OTR, FAOTA. Published by Therapy Skill Builders. Co-authored with Kathy Fleming Drehobl, OTR/L.

“Pediatric Masssage – For the Child with Special Needs” (Revised)
Book and Videotape. Co-authored with Kathy Fleming Drehobl, OTR/L. Published by Therapy Skill Builders, TX, 2000

 

Books for Children

Cook, J. (2005). My mouth is a volcano. Chattanooga, TN: National Center for Youth Issues.

Cook, J. (2011). I just don’t’ like the sound of no. Boys Town, NE: Boys Town Press.

Garth, M. (1991). Starbright: Meditations for Children. New York, NY. HarperOne.

Griffin, M. (2010). Picky, picky Pete: A boy and his sensory challenges. Arlington, TX: Sensory World.

Hoopman, K. (2006). All cats have asperger syndrome. Philadelphia, PA: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Hoopman, K. (2008). All dogs have ADHD. Philadephia, PA: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Howerton, M & Sorensen, K. (2005). Sing and hum bumblebee. Raleigh, NC: Ivy House Publishing Group.

Lite, L. ( 1996). A boy and a bear: The children’s relaxation book. Plantation, FL: Specialty Press, Inc.

Lite, L. (2001). A boy and a turtle: A children’s relaxation story. LiteBooks.net, LLC.

Lite, L. (2001). The goodnight caterpillar: A children’s relaxation story. LiteBooks.Net, LLC.

Lite, L. (2008). Affirmation weaver:A beleive in yourself story. Litebooks.Net, LLC.

Lite, L. (2008). Angry octopus: A relaxation story. LiteBooks.Net, LLC.

Lite, L. (2008). Bubble riding: A relaxation story. Litebooks.Net, LLC.

Lite, L. ( 2008). Sea otter cove. LiteBooks.Net, LLC.

MacLean. (2004). Peaceful piggy meditation. Park Ridge, IL:  Albert Whitman.

Payne, L. ( 1994). Just because I am: A child’s book of affirmations. Minneapolis, MN: Free Spirit Publishing.

Roth-Fisch. (2009). Sensitive Sam. Arlington, TX: Future Horizons.

Veenendall, J. (2008). Arnie and his school tools: Simple sensory solutions that build success. Shawnee Mission, KS: Autism Asperger Publishing Co.

Veenendall, J. (2009). Why does Izzy cover her ears?: Dealing with sensory overload. Shawnee Mission, KS: Autism Asperger Publishing Co.