Sensory Integration

Sensory Integration Therapy helps individuals who are under or over stimulated to improve in their daily functions. It aims to adjust the way children respond to physical sensations.

Who would benefit

-  Children who have been diagnosed with Autism spectrum disorder

-  Children who have sensory processing issues

-  Individuals diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

-  Individuals diagnosed with dyspraxia

-  Children who show signs of developmental delay

  • Parents, is your child underachieving in school? Does he seem distracted and unable to sit still? Are reading and writing activities difficult for him?
  • Our battery of IQ and Achievement tests can help identify children with learning problems such as dyslexia, dyscalculia or dysgraphia, as well as ADD/HD and memory issues.
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Our Focus

Our focus is to help children with sensory integration disorders to process sensory messages efficiently, and in a more ‘organized’ way. Our sensory integration room is specially designed to provide sensory stimulation for

-  Tactile sense through touch and textures

-  Auditory sense through soothing music

-  Visual sense through lights and movements

-  Vestibular sense through swings, slides, ramps and inclines

-  Proprioceptive sense through trampolines and ball pool

-  Olfactory sense through olfactory stimulation and aromatherapy

  • Parents, is your child underachieving in school? Does he seem distracted and unable to sit still? Are reading and writing activities difficult for him?
  • Our battery of IQ and Achievement tests can help identify children with learning problems such as dyslexia, dyscalculia or dysgraphia, as well as ADD/HD and memory issues.
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