How we "see" the world, our ability to process all the sensory information around us, determines how we behave. If a person is overwhelmed with sensory input, or conversely, not responsive enough to what he or she "sees," "hears," or "feels," then that person will not respond to such input in an appropriate manner. Such imperfect or impaired sensory input will negatively impact a person'a ability to engage in sports, learn, attend and behave.
Indeed, in many individuals, especially seniors, impaired balance and coordination negatively impact daily life.
Each client's baseline sensory skills are assessed through our Sensory Integration Screening. Then, focusing on core sensory skills, each client engages in a specialized program of individually tailored, progressive exercises. We work on balance, movement, laterality, body awareness, hand-eye coordination, spatial awareness, and visual processing.
We also offer at-home auditory training through The Listening Program® provided through Advanced Brain Technologies.
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