Sensory Integration

Sensory Integration at MIND

Sensory integration, also known as sensory processing, refers to the way the brain processes and interprets sensory information from the environment and the body. It plays a crucial role in a child’s ability to interact with the world effectively. Sensory integration for kids focuses on understanding and addressing difficulties in processing sensory information.

Sensory processing involves the following senses:

Dysfunction in Sensory Integration (DSI), also known as Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), refers to difficulties in processing and interpreting sensory information from the environment and the body. Children with DSI may have challenges in effectively organizing and responding to sensory stimuli. These sensory processing issues can impact their ability to interact with the world and participate in daily activities.

How can we help?

MIND offers Sensory Integration (SI) Therapy which aims to help children manage their difficulties with sensory processing and sensory modulation. At MIND, our Sensory Integration therapists change how the brain reacts to different stimulation. Our therapy techniques allow children to understand better their sense of touch, smell, taste, sight, movement, hearing, body awareness, and pull of gravity. Our licensed therapists are highly skilled and experienced with this form of intervention. Based on our evaluation results, we develop a personalized treatment program in which we use the most appropriate techniques and tools to overcome identified difficulties. Before therapy commences, we will provide targeted outcomes and objectives, which will be reviewed regularly. 

Our Sensory Intervention (SI) Therapy and intervention will help your child:

Our qualified professionals will work to determine if sensory integration therapy is suitable for your child and tailor the interventions to the child’s specific sensory processing profile and needs.

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