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Frequently Asked Questions...

What are the benefits of the Sensory LearningSM Program?
The overall benefits include improvement in perception, understanding and the ability to learn. We often see specific improvement in processing time, sensitivities, sleep patterns, awareness and attention, speech, memory, expression and social skills.

Who responds to this intervention?
Individuals with dysfunctional sensory integration, sensitivities to light, sound or motion, delays in motor skills, irregular sleep/activity patterns and sensory processing issues typically respond well to the Sensory Learning Program.

What's unique about the Sensory Learning Program?
The Sensory Learning Program unites three modalities working with the visual, auditory and vestibular systems that are normally administered individually---into one seamless and holistic experience.

Can it be too much stimulation at once?
On the contrary, by stimulating the well-developed sensory systems concurrently with the weaker sensory systems, the Sensory Learning Program provides an overall experience that is often gentler and more easily integrated than singularly focused interventions. Because we do not experience life in isolated modalities, the Sensory Learning Program actually provides a more holistic approach to developmental learning than do individual therapies alone.

How long before you see results?
Subtle changes are often seen immediately. Many participants experience significant results during the initial twelve days. Others see changes in cumulative skills unfolding over the following weeks or months.

Are the benefits lasting or must the process be periodically repeated?
Because the benefits gained are lasting, the Sensory Learning Program is typically a one-time intervention.