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In a pediatric outpatient department a 6-year old child is being treated for sensory modulation disorder. After 2 minutes of spinning on a merry-go-round, the child begins to look pale and sweaty. What is the best way the OT should initially respond to this child?
A) Slowly spin the merry-go-round the other direction
B) Slowly stop the merry-go-round
C) Stop the merry-go-round immediately
D) Ask if the child would like to get off the merry-go-round

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B

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B

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the child is experiencing symptoms related to sensory overload, the sensory input should be stopped slowly. Stopping the merry go round too abruptly will shock the child’s sensory system more.

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