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Sensory Integration Therapy New

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Sensory Integration TherapySensory Integration Therapy– Some Aspects– Some Aspects
Sadhana P. JoshiSadhana P. JoshiHead O.T. Department C.O.H.Head O.T. Department C.O.H.
Sensory Integration is defined as a neurological process that organizessensation of one’s own body and the environment in the brain to makeadaptive response and makes it possible to use the body efficiently withinthe environment.Sensory Integration function will include the awareness, discrimination andrecognition of sensory stimuli from the environment and from the C.N.Sand use of this sensory information to direct motor behaviour.
S.I. Therapy was conceived and developed by Dr. Jean Ayers anOccupational Therapist and psychologist. It explains the relationshipbetween behaviour and neural function, especially sensory processes andintegration.It describes and predicts relationship among neural functioning, sensorymotor behaviour and academic learning.
Sensory Integration (Figure 1)Sensory Integration (Figure 1)
InputFeedback/ PreviousExperienceSensoryStimuliAdaptiveResponseOutputCNS Integration

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