Millstone Township Sensory Motor Integration

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Empowered Learning Transformation Centers

Better Grades, Better Behavior Start Here

Profoundly changing the lives of children who find it difficult to

function “normally” in a regular world.



a peaceful home life — for your whole family?

your bright child to be happy and successful in the classroom?

your child to be able to sit at the dinner table or a desk for an appropriate amount of time?

your child to have a friend…be a friend…and easily interact with peers?


LifeSkillsbreakthroughs that are life-changing

positively impacting family life

outstanding Sensory Integration Therapy, not just rice and beans, or moving on a swing

effective treatment that the child loves to come to

accurate interpretation of the behavior problems, hyperactivity and overload

evaluations that identify the core problems


As A Parent, You Know Something’s Just Not Right With Your Child…

“My child seems healthy and looks normal in every

way, so why is he having such a hard time?”

We hear this question all the time because many of the kids we work with don’t have any obvious disorder. As a child develops, the body goes through a series of changes that allow it to learn how to adapt to the environment. The process of the brain organizing and adjusting touch, sound, visual stimulation, movement, and taste is called Sensory Integration.


When a child does not process sensory information correctly, it is a neurological problem, NOT a problem with intelligence, behavior or attitude.


The child’s relationship to his or her body, and even to gravity, are rooted in the brain stem, where fundamental awareness of the body and environment is integrated. Without normal integration, the child may suffer from hyperactivity, ADHD, hypersensitivities, overloads and meltdowns, poor attention span, a fear of being touched, anti-social choices, or other issues labelled “behavior problems”. Much of this behavior makes sense when we realize that the child, often feeling isolated and confused, is secretly struggling to “put the pieces together”, to bring inner and outer experience into harmony. LifeSkills helps the child do this through occupational and speech therapy coordinated with a remarkable, proven method called Sensory Integration (SI).


What Causes Sensory Processing Disorder?

There is no single, consistent cause for Sensory Processing Disorder, yet research indicates possible risk factors include:


Prematurity or multiple births

Prenatal exposure to drugs, alcohol, medication, toxins or viruses

Genetic predisposition

Birth trauma, such as emergency cesarean section, lack of oxygen or surgery soon after birth

Insufficient stimulation after birth, such as institutionalization in orphanages

Significant hospitalizations and the immobilization from invasive medical procedures

History of ear infections, as noted in paragraph above

Sensory Processing Disorder often co-exists with allergies, ear infections, and asthma. Whatever the cause, the treatment techniques used in Sensory Integration therapy bring relief to those who have inefficient neurological processing.

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