What is Sensory Integration

Sensory Integration is an automatic and involuntary process in which the brain organizes sensory information received from the environment in order to elicit the appropriate motor output.

Sensory Processing Dysfunction:

Any break/malfunction in the way sensory information is brought into the body and processed in the brain. Some signs and symptoms include:

  • Jumping, swinging, spinning excessively.

  • Appearing clumsy, tripping easily, or having poor balance.

  • Being over-sensitive to sounds, touch, or odors.

  • Refusing to eat certain foods because of how foods feel when chewed.

  • Delayed academic skills including attention to task, holding scissors, and transitioning between tasks.

  • Disliking hands being dirty.

  • Limited creativity 

  • Delayed developmental milestones

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