Sensory Processing

The term sensory processing is used to describe the way our bodies are able to take in sensory information from the world around us (visual, hearing, touch, taste, smell, proprioception and vestibular) and process it. If this processing is disordered, difficulties in function and behaviour are seen.

We have a team of occupational therapists with post graduate qualifications in Sensory Integration Therapy, who can offer sensory processing assessments, advice and treatment to help.

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