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Re: Sensory defensiveness test

Posted by Pfinstegg on October 10, 2005, at 19:07:15

In reply to Sensory defensiveness test, posted by Poet on October 8, 2005, at 17:49:06

I'm not sure if we're thinking about exactly the same thing, but my son (the one who got his PhD this week!) had a strange mixture of things wrong in childhood- he couldn't bear the pressure of holding a pencil, for example. We did sensory integration therapy 5 days a week for about ten years, and also got all the equipment and did it daily at home. He's completely OK now, but my point really is that I've heard that it's being done with adults much more now- now that it's known how much plasticity the brain has- and that the results are just as good in adults as they are in children.




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