Southpaw Sensory Integration

Sensory Integration has been shown to help children who struggle to process and make sense of the information coming from their senses.

Southpaw Sensory Integration

 

Some people with conditions such as autism are over sensitive to loud noises but maybe under sensitive to pain. An SI therapist will be able to assess a persons responses to sensory input and build a personalised treatment plan around the individual and their sensory needs.

A sensory intergrative programme often involves wearing of weighted items such a weighted vest or heavy blanket, being brushed of rubbed with items to create different tactile experiences, riding a scooter board, being squeezed between rollers and being suspended in swings or on platforms.

Southpaw and Theragym® equipment is ideal for delivering effective sensory integration therapy.

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