Sensory Integration Therapy

What is Sensory Integration Therapy?

Sensory Integration Therapy is a form of therapy that focuses on helping individuals with sensory processing difficulties. Sensory integration therapy is based on the theory that individuals, especially those with sensory processing disorders, have difficulty processing and responding to sensory input from their environment. These individuals may be oversensitive or under sensitive to sensory stimuli, which can interfere with their ability to participate in daily activities and engage in meaningful interactions.

The goal of sensory integration therapy is to help individuals regulate and organize sensory information so that they can better engage in activities and participate in their daily lives. Therapists use a variety of activities and exercises that stimulate the individual's senses to help them become more aware of and better respond to sensory input. At Hope Kids, all our children are assessed for sensory needs by our Therapist Ms. Ranjani Poobalan, and for children who have sensory problems a customized sensory diet is provided.

What are the benefits of Sensory Integration Therapy?

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