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What is SI (Sensory Integration) therapy?

By : Dr. KidNurture

Sensory integration therapy is based on A. Jean Ayres' theory of Sensory Integration, which details how processing sensory information from the body and environment contribute to our learning and many other aspects of daily life and also about the disorders and a treatment approach.

 

It is designed to help kids who have trouble processing sensory information. This therapy uses repetitive exercises to help a child experience touch and other sensations more accurately.

 

Sensory integration therapy is designed primarily for children with sensory processing issues. This may include kids who have ADHD, autism spectrum disorder and dyspraxia. It might also be used with young children who show signs of developmental delay.

 

It usually takes place in a specially designed setting where kids are encouraged to play.



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