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Sensory Integration Therapy

A room of sensory integrationis a therapeutic space specially designed to address and improve difficulties related to the processing and integration of sensory information in children and adults. These rooms are mainly used to treat people withsensory processing disorders, autism spectrum disorders (ASD), cerebral palsy, intellectual disabilities and other conditions that affect the ability to adequately process sensory stimuli from the environment.

The sensory integration room is equipped with a variety of elements and materials that stimulate different sensory systems, such as tactile, visual, auditory, vestibular and proprioceptive. The goal is to provide a controlled and safe environment where patients can explore and experiment with different sensations, learn to regulate their responses, and improve their ability to process and adapt to sensory stimuli.

Interventions in a sensory integration room are guided by specialized professionals, such as occupational therapists or physical therapists, and are adapted to the individual needs of each patient.

 

Some of thebenefits of therapy in a sensory integration room include:

  1. Improvement of tolerance and adaptation to sensory stimuli.

  2. Development of fine and gross motor skills.

  3. Promotion of self-regulation and self-control.

  4. Stimulation of attention and concentration.

  5. Promotion of communication and social skills.

  6. Reduction of anxiety and stress.

 

Therapy in a sensory integration room is a valuable tool in the rehabilitation and support of people with difficulties in sensory processing, helping to improve their quality of life and their ability to function in the everyday environment.

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