Sensory Disorder
 

A disorder that inhibits the brain's ability to process sensory inputs.

 

Stimuli are things you see, hear, smell, taste, or touch. When you have this condition, you are usually hypersensitive to any of these feelings. Bathing, sleeping, and even doing tasks around the house can be difficult for children who have abnormal sensitivities to sensory settings. Due to the inability to manage all sensory-related parts of the environment, children with sensory disorders may experience high levels of anxiety or act out as a result of the stress. This obstacle can be reduced by targeting vagal nerve activity and increasing sensory habituation. 

 

Physical challenges are present with sensory disorders as well. Low muscle tone with bad posture, insufficient writing patterns that cause challenges in school, and delayed communication and social abilities are all prevalent characteristics of children with sensory impairments.

 

The bonding reflex is a crucial stimulus that children with sensory abnormalities lack. The Bonding Reflex lays the groundwork for self-assurance and trust. When this response is activated in the right way, it leads to an open style of learning and responsible interactions.

Our Specialty

 

In this case we use a combination of:

 

- Reflex Integration to address the non integrated reflexes described above, more reflexes will be uncovered through the assessment process.

- Hemispheric Integration to work on the weak hemisphere, to address the functional disconnect present 

 

In addition to other cutting-edge techniques to get the best results.