The Sensory Integration Clinic is TEMPORARILY CLOSED due to COVID 19. However, we are still offering Sensory Integration as a mobile service at home, in schools and other settings. Please contact us for more details.
Sensory Integration Clinic
” We work with adults and children with a variety of needs, including sensory processing difficulties, brain injury, autistic spectrum condition, dyspraxia and those who have limited access to sensory experiences due to physical disabilities.”
The Neuro Rehab Group’s Sensory Integration clinic in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, provides Sensory Integration therapy to both adults and children. The clinic was established by Andrea Matthews who has achieved Advanced Practitioner status in Sensory Integration; this, together with a unique range of specialist equipment available at the clinic, allows Andrea to support a wide variety of clients, including those with brain injury, autism, and physical disabilities. The clinic also benefits from having a meeting space which is available for hire. For further details, please contact email@example.com.
Our therapists also have a full set of portable equipment, including swings, mats and much more, so assessments and treatment can successfully be completed at home, school or in other settings.
Sensory Integration Clinic
The Neuro Rehab Group has a friendly, accessible and well-equipped Sensory Integration and Therapy Clinic in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire. All of our equipment is suitable for both adults and children. We also have equipment that is accessible for wheelchair users, as well as a hoist.
We work with adults and children with a variety of needs, including sensory processing difficulties, brain injury, autistic spectrum condition, dyspraxia and those who have limited access to sensory experiences due to physical disabilities.
Our Sensory Integration Clinic is run by Occupational Therapists specialising in Sensory Integration, with in-depth post-graduate training in the field. Our clinic is also used by our interdisciplinary team of Neuropsychologists and Speech and Language Therapists, and for meetings and training sessions. Ample free parking is available on site. If you would like to find out about hiring our clinic please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is sensory integration?
Sensory integration is the process of interpreting and organising information from our sensory systems for use in everyday life. Our brain processes the information it receives from all of our different senses and compares it to our memories and other incoming information. It brings together all of this information so that we can respond appropriately to tasks and our environment. Therefore, sensory integration is important for everything we do, including learning, playing, working, and taking care of ourselves.
Sensory integration usually develops when we are children, as part of our typical development, as we explore the world around us, e.g. through mouthing objects, crawling, playing and walking. For some people, sensory integration is less well developed, which can lead to difficulties. If we struggle to make sense of incoming sensory information then our behaviour, learning and motor planning can be impacted. Difficulties can be identified through assessment, to identify whether sensory integration issues are an underlying cause.
If the person is experiencing challenges in everyday life due to difficulties processing sensory information, then sensory integration therapy may be recommended. Sensory integration therapy is client led and uses a sensory rich environment, where the person can engage in a variety of fun activities. Our skilled therapists scaffold activities to gradually increase the challenge and provide the necessary sensory input. The theory being that over time the brain will adapt to be able to better process and respond to sensory input, which allows the person to improve their function in everyday life.
Goals will be set with the person and their support system at the start of therapy, to measure its effectiveness. Goals will be meaningful to the individual and will be observable in everyday life, for example being more independent in their chosen activities or developing play skills.
We would love to hear from you if you have any questions about our services. Please get in touch and one of our team will be in contact with you.
Phone: 0330 2235477