Sensory integration, It is a neurological process that enables a person to use their body in an environmentally friendly manner. In other words, sensory from one's body and environment, that is, the ability to organize sensory information.. This concept was first 1972 in A. Introduced by Jean Ayres.
Sensory Integration, focuses on brain and behavioral relationships. So there is a link between sensory integration and learning.. We can explain this relationship as: Learning; processing and processing sensory information from movement and the environment, depends on the ability to use it to plan and organize behavior. Individuals with low or poor sensory processing ability, have difficulty producing appropriate actions that affect learning and behavior. Adaptive, that is, adaptive answers emerge., sensory productive activities, enhances sensory processing ability and therefore improves learning and behavior.
Sensory Integration therapy, one of the pediatric physiotherapy services. With the determination of the appropriate treatment, generally positive results are obtained..
- Genetic factors
- Changing living conditions
- Increasing urbanization
- Son 2 The Covid-19 pandemic process we have been experiencing for years
- Urbanization overtakes socialization
- Lack of parks and streets
It is one of the most important factors in the increase of children with this problem in recent years.. Sensory integration problems can also be observed in mentally normal children, and this rate is even higher.. More indoor growing at home, meet technological devices at an early age, late to school, It is more common in children exposed to limited environmental stimuli and not playing interactive games..
In the light of these reasons, it is a developmental requirement that is very important to evaluate and analyze the findings in the early period and to create an appropriate therapy program..
Treatment areas of Sensory Integration Therapy;
- attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder
- Language and speech problems
- learning disability
- abnormal development
- Developmental coordination disorder
- Down syndrome
- Cerebral palsy
- eating problems
- sleep problems
- Socialization issues
Sensory Integration Therapy, is one of the pediatric physiotherapy and occupational therapy services. With the determination of the appropriate treatment, generally positive results are obtained..