Sensory Integration

Sensory Integration involves processing and organizing sensory information from many senses: sight, sound, touch, taste, smell, movement (vestibular), and body awareness (proprioceptive sense). Sensory Integration disorders or dysfunction can make it difficult to interpret sensory information accurately, tolerate sensory stimuli (such as smells, touch, food or clothing textures), perform routine sensory-motor skill tasks, and participate in common daily activities. Therapeutic sensory integration products and occupational therapy tools can be helpful! Our wipe clean weighted blanket, oral motor chewies, washable weighted blanket, sensory therapy brushes, deep pressure sensory rolling pin, spinning boards, deep pressure weighted animals, and sensory fidget toys are all popular sensory integration products and occupational therapy tools commonly used and recommended by occupational therapists for sensory processing disorders.



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