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Phone: 734-454-0866

     Fax: 734-454-1744

      46200 Port Street

Plymouth, MI  48170 

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.

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 

Sensory Integration Therapy

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