Texas NeuroRehab’s occupational therapy team has over 35 years of experience providing treatment to address sensory processing skills. These skills include information processed by the brain through the physical senses of sight, touch and sound.
Individuals that require sensory integration therapy may be either over- or under-sensitive to environmental stimuli, and may have difficulties with motor tasks. As a result, their attention span, ability to regulate activity level, safety, learning skills and behavior control may be significantly affected.
Often sensory integration therapy incorporates swinging, spinning and other sensory experiences that seem to a child more like play. A designated sensory integration room filled with sensory tools and equipment helps children learn to better process sensory stimuli. Sensory integration is the foundation for developmental and independent living skills.
Our doctors and staff are trained on how to help patients re-learn motor and sensory skills they need to return to their homes, jobs, or schools. Learn more by watching the video above.