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Sensory Integration Therapy can help a child's senses to become regulated. It is important that Sensory Processing Disorder be treated by on occupational therapist with training and experience in this area.

Phone: 734-454-0866

     Fax: 734-454-1744

      46200 Port Street

Plymouth, MI  48170 

Sensory Integration Therapy

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When the senses are not functioning properly it can negatively impact a child's ability to learn, to socialize, to behave, and to feel emotionally healthy. Signs of Sensory Processing Disorder include, but are not limited to:

  • Only eating foods of a certain texture or color
  • Only wearing clothes that "feel" a certain way
  • ​Difficultly tolerating touch
  • ​Licking and mouthing objects
  • Auditory Sensitivity (unusual tolerance to loud noise) 
  • ​Hyperactivity 

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