What is Sensory Integrative Disorder?
Children who suffer from Sensory Integration Defective disorder cannot process and apply their senses in their minds. The senses (smell, taste, sight, hearing and touch). Children who experience difficulty in their senses respond abnormally (very fast or very slowly) to these senses according to their age. However, there may be emotional negative effects in the development of children.
It is still not fully detectable due to Sensory Integrative Disorder. Sensory Integration Defects are often seen in children with autism, children with Asperger’s syndrome, and developmental problems such as this. Among the reasons for not having sensory integrity; damage to the brain, premature labor, or structural weakness.
How is the Diagnosis of Sensory Integrative Disorder Made?
If you think your child is experiencing sensory integration disorder, it would be healthy to take them to specialist physiotherapists. Physiotherapists will test the child under many criteria. When the child is diagnosed with Sensory Integration Defects, the parents should not tend to be psychologically devastated. They should think well and start the treatment process quickly. There are important points to be taken care of for Sensory Integrative Disorder. Since not every child is the same, children should be treated differently.
What is Sensory Integration Therapy?
In the therapy process, parents are the key points. There must be constant communication between the therapist and the family and it should be done in a healthy way for the child. In the course of therapy, the child’s needs.
The environment to be treated should be as simple as possible and designed according to the needs of children. Children with sensory integration disorders may tend to socialize after a correct and healthy therapy, and develop as mental limitations permit. They may be receptors to the senses and they may reach the highest level of communication they can afford.