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Sensory Integration Therapy and Sensory Processing is a process that realises sensation from external factors. This is is what makes it possible for us to use our bodies in a more effective way within different environments.

Our senses are responsible for taking in messages from the external environment, which are then transferred to the brain. This is known as Sensory processing i.e when the brain receives and interprets external signals to allow it to perform a certain task.

What is meant by Sensory Integration Therapy?
Human beings are known to have five basic senses that include touch, smell, sight, hearing and taste. Some scientists also include Vestibular and Proprioception in the basic senses group as well. These senses help us perform our daily tasks without any issue whatsoever but what happens when our senses don’t work properly? We start experiencing an imbalance in our sensory integration.

Sensory Integration Therapy – The Methods
You may have a very healthy body but if the connection between your body and brain is weak, you will face a lot of problems in even carrying out your normal daily tasks.

This issue is very common in children. Sensory Integration Therapy helps children connect the signals they get from external environment to their brains. Our senses start developing from the time we are born and with time these senses start to grow and become stronger. Sensory integration develops as part of our natural development.

When we play, think, run, walk, smell flowers or do any other activity, it all factors in the development of sensory integration. There are many children whose bodies fail to naturally develop sensory integration in proper time.
Scientists and researchers have come up with a therapy for such children that would help them develop sensory integration.

This therapy is known as Sensory Integration therapy and it has been observed to be a very effective and efficient way of developing sensory integration in small children. You can perform sensory integration therapy through many different ways including special therapeutic accessories or by performing certain activities at home. There are many different products like exercising machines and other relevant products that can help your child develop sensory integration. A lot of companies all over the world offer these products but Sensory Toy Warehouse is one of the best companies for sensory integration accessories in the UK.

Sensory Toy Warehouse offers a wide range and variety of products that can help to improve your kid’s sensory processing abilities. Their range of products include Therapeutic sensory barrel, rotating sensory skateboard, wooden sensory footbridge, therapeutic sensory balance board, Sensory roller slide, Sensory climb system, Suspension swing frame, a complete sensory integration system set and many more.

These products can be purchased at a very reasonable price at Sensory Toy Warehouse’s online store. Such products are very effective in sensory integration therapy routine which is why they are always in high demand. Using these products will stimulate your body parts that could not develop sensory integration in a natural way.

Sensory Toy Warehouse cares about the convenience of its customers so you can purchase through their online store and get your desired products shipped right to your doorstep.

Where to find sensory integration activities? 
If you feel like your child is suffering from sensory processing issues then instead of waiting it to get better you should immediately get an appointment for an occupational therapist. Occupational therapists can help you make a schedule or decide a routine of activities that would help to improve your child’s sensory processing ability.