Sensory Integration or (SI) is the that establishes from one’s own body and the environment, thus making it possible to use the effectively within the environment.
Direct one to one Sensory Integration Therapy by fully qualified Paediatric Occupational Therapists. Our treatment areas are based in Norwich, Norfolk. Learn More→
senSI Swim provides a unique water environment for a Sensory Motor intervention based on the Ayres Sensory Integration approach. Learn More→
senSi Therapists are specialists in Rhythmic Movement Training (RMT) developing infant reflex patterns into smooth, rhythmic movements. Learn More→
An effective treatment of sensory defensiveness has a calming influence, the Wilbarger Technique, often known as ‘brushing’ technique. Learn More→
Who will benefit from Sensory Integration Therapy ?
- Autistic Spectrum Disorders
- Attention Deficit Disorders
- Learning Disabilities
- Dyspraxia and Developmental Coordination Disorder
- Regulatory and Mood Disorders
- Specific Learning Difficulties
- Looked after Children and Young People
- Post Traumatic event, illness or injury
Common Difficulties Related With Sensory Processing Disorder:
A person with Sensory Processing Difficulties can result in problems with:
- Auditory Processing
- Bilateral Coordination
- Ocular Control
- Motor Planning
- Social communication
- Body Awareness – Proprioception
- Fine Motor Control
- Visual – Spatial Perception
- Perception of Movement / balance– Vestibular Awareness
- Perception of Touch – Tactile Awareness
Why choose senSI ? senSI Mission Statement
We provide comprehensive assessments and treatment for children / adolescents to assist their participation in everyday life activities. Sensory Integration Therapy is carried out in our fully equipped private treatment facilities carefully designed so children feel relaxed, at home and playful at all times throughout every session.
We strive to ensure the children feel successful in our assessment, hence our approach is play-based and non-threatening, whilst therapists are considering the relevant neuroscience, and using the ‘see motor think sensory’ motto. Children feel comfortable and at play at all times with no indication they are being assessed.
‘No limits’ Approach
By engaging with the child, and determining what is meaningful to the child and their family, we best support the child in all their environments and enhance independence. We adopt a ‘no limits’ approach in treatment sessions; believing that with tailor made interventions, each child can achieve and fulfil their potential.