Who can provide Sensory Integration for my child?

Occupational Therapists having specialized training in Sensory Integration can provide Sensory Integration therapy.

Sensory Integration (SI) is implemented in Specialized Clinical Setups, hospitals or schools where there is enough opportunity for multisensory input. Safety is taken into consideration where children are getting exposed to different equipment such as swing, trampoline, and trapeze.

The main principles of therapy are:

  • the child must be able to successfully meet the challenges that are presented through playful activities.

  • the child adapts his/her behaviour with new and useful strategies in response to the challenges presented,

  • the child will want to participate because the activities are fun.

  • the child's preferences are used to initiate therapeutic experiences within the session.


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What is Sensory Integration?

Does my child need Sensory Integration?

How does Sensory Integration help my child?

What does Sensory Integration include?

How often does my child need Sensory Integration, and at what age should I start?

Can I use Sensory Integration at home with my child; if so, how?

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