Lorna Jean King, OTR/L, FAOTA (1923–2006), was a lifelong educator, an innovative practitioner, and a pioneer in applying sensory integration principles to occupational therapy intervention for individuals with autism, chronic schizophrenia, and other developmental disabilities. She founded the Center for Neurodevelopmental Studies, a research, education, and treatment center for persons with central nervous system dysfunction. As director of the center, King’s work focused on the science of adaptive responses. She was named an AOTA Fellow in 1973 and was awarded the AOTA Eleanor Clarke Slagle Lectureship in 1978. Read King’s In Memoriam.