Sensory Processing

Good sensory processing is the basis for all other skills. The ability to take in information effectively through the body senses is vital to the ability to make sense of the physical and symbolic world. Occupational therapists help children who are over or under sensitive to stimuli around them. This helps them listen better, eat better, sleep better, and socialize better.

  • Sensory Integration
  • Vestibular Processing (sense of movement)
  • Proprioception (sense of our body in space)
  • Motor Planning (planning a motor movement to perform new tasks)
  • Modulation and Self Regulation (attention and activity levels)
  • Tactile Processing (body and oral/sense of touch)
  • Auditory Processing
  • Visual Processing
  • Availability for Learning

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