Help identify sensory processing preferences as well as their impacts on behavior
People come in all shapes and sizes, and their patterns of responding to sensory input are just as diverse. When there is a mismatch between sensory preferences and the sensory environment, it's difficult to thrive. What some may see as a pleasurable walk through a bustling town to do some sightseeing could be a barrier for someone who processes that environment as an overwhelming dose of chaos.
Our tools can help you support your clients as they discover new ways to cope with the stimuli around them and embrace their differences as part of who they are, rather than just another "label."
Helping your clients recognize their trigger points and identifying ways to manage them is often the key to long-term success. We’ve gathered an array of resources to assist you as you guide them toward attaining a better understanding of their own sensory processing.