Our therapists will evaluation all sensory systems to determine your child’s underlying sensory processing strengths and weaknesses. We will develop an integrated sensory program to help your child to be calm, engaged, interactive and successful in activities of daily living.
The body is a sensory processing machine. We take in sight, sounds, smell, taste, touch and movement information from our environment. When our sensory systems are functioning properly, we process that information in our brain to help us make an appropriate response. When someone is over-sensitive or under sensitive to sensory input, they may struggle to function in their environment and be suffering from sensory processing disorder (SPD). An Occupational Therapist might suggest sensory integrative treatment if your child has concerns in any of the following areas: