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Miss Ha went to US in 2004 and became a certified S.I. Therapist #1880 offered by the University of Southern California / Western Psychological Services. Viewers could visit http://portal.wpspublish.com (sensory integration certification/ directory of S.I. Certified Therapists) for the directory.
         
 
     
 
Sensory Integration (SI) is a theory attempts to explain behaviors based on neuroscience. When an individual is stimulated, the nervous system will organize the sensory inputs to produce appropriate responses. The result is that one can adapt to the environment and be able to learn and function efficiently as in typical development. SI theory hypothesizes that inadequate sensory integration ability will result in maladaptive behaviors. Following this, effective remediation of related behaviors should be directed to the corresponding sensory systems with the aim of causing an individual to actively produce adaptive responses.
   
         
 
Sensory Integration Therapy
This is a neurologically based therapy. Through assessment, the sensory integration therapist analyzes the functioning of the individuals’ sensory systems, which include proprioceptive, vestibular, tactile, visual and auditory. Treatment usually involves the use of motor activities to enhance system integration. Effective treatment improves body praxis, attention, information processing, spatial processing.
       
         
 
Symptoms of sensory integration dysfunction
clumsy motor, low tone,hyperactive,inability to sit still,withdrawal ,impulsivity, slow in get going tasks, word and line skipping in reading

Related Syndromes
Autism,Learning difficulty,ADHD,Global developmental delay,Language deficiency


   
         
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