The main purpose of the sensory integration therapy is to assist the clients with the sensory processing issues and it is also referred as the sensory integration therapy. The kids are exposed to the sensory stimulation and are structured in a repetitive manner. On the basis of theory, the brain adapts to the new sensations and allows these to process and react towards the sensations in an effective manner.
The sensory integration therapy is provided with by the specially trained occupational therapist and it determines a thorough examination and evaluation of the child who will be benefitted from the sensory integration therapy. At a traditional level, the sensory integration therapy is exposed to the child and sensory stimulation is providing through repetitive activities. Sensory integration therapy works with the occupational therapy which gradually makes the activities complex and challenging.
With the repetitive exposure and sensory stimulus the nervous system of the child responds in an organized manner to the movement and sensations. The therapist uses the type of exposure as an extensive form of the sensory diet which is a simple therapy. Balanced treatment interventions, structured exposure, and movement therapy are carefully implemented according to the client with accommodations and activities.