Sensory Processing Disorder
What is Sensory Processing Disorder?
Sensory Processing Disorder, also known as Sensory Integration Dysfunction, is a neurological condition that affects the way the brain processes and responds to sensory information from the environment. It is characterized by difficulties in organizing and responding to sensory input, leading to atypical or extreme responses.
A Sensory Processing Disorder acts like a road block in the brain. The brain receives the sensory information but the neurological “traffic jam”, or misinterpretation of the sensory information, can affect the ability to carry out a functional task.
When Does Occupational Therapy Get Involved in Sensory Processing Concerns?
We work with a child and family when a child’s sensory-related issues affect home, school, or social dynamics. Our goal of therapy is to allow the child to achieve success by participating in daily activities, such as playing with friends, participating in school activities, and completing daily routines, all in the comfort of our Clearwater, FL clinic.
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Sensory Processing Disorder Therapy can be a significant step towards growth and development for your child. It’s a journey filled with challenges, triumphs, learning, and most importantly, progress. Join us at Foundations Therapy, and let’s work together to help your child reach their peak potential.