Child Development Center

Sensory Integration Therapy is the mainstream clinical approach to treating Sensory Integration Disorder. This type of therapy is usually performed by an occupational therapist or physical therapist who takes “Children” through a series of sensory and motor skill exercises. With children, Sensory Integration Therapy usually looks like “play time” — a collection of “games” that help children better collect and process sensory information. In a nutshell, sensory integration is the ability to capture information through the senses and meaningfully process that data in the mind. Some children need sensory integration therapy because they have a dysfunctional sensory integration system, where one or more of the senses overreact or under react to environmental stimuli. Standard therapy usually focuses on the following Read More …