Sensory Integration and Sound Therapy
Sound Therapy helps the brain to organise billions of sensory stimuli every second so we can make sense of the world.The senses If you have learned that your child has a sensory processing disorder, you are at the start of making sense of some behaviours that have probably been quite bewildering. Now the mystery is being revealed as you learn about the many different expressions of this complex condition. The question is, how can you help your child to normalise the way they deal with sensory input so they can interact more effectively with the world? Our senses are normally thought to include hearing, sight, touch, smell and taste. Sensory integration specialists include three more, being vestibular (balance) proprioception (position and movement of the joints) and interoception (the sense of the internal organs.) Our senses bring us information about our world. They are the way we orient ourselves, understand movement, space and events, and are able to learn, develop and interact. The sensory pathways can also be used to stimulate the brain and improve our perception and knowledge.
““The only diagnosis we’ve had [for our little girl Khiara] is “intellectually disabled”. Obviously her condition has caused a lot of stress for the family, a lot of frustration. When we starte...”
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““ ... I started looking more closely at auditory processing and how it impacted on listening, comprehension and reading. I knew this was where the reading process had come unstuck for my son, the ...”
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