Sensory Integration (SI) Therapy

Roley et al (2007) explained the SI theories and approach, and reviewed the work of its originator, A. Jean Ayers PhD, OTR. [1] Drawing on motor control theories, Ayres proposed these hypotheses that underscored her treatment approaches: Perceptual awareness supports and facilitates occupational engagement. Motor learning is influenced by, if not dependent upon, incoming sensation. […]

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Mechanisms of Action

TheraTogs™ orthotic systems are comprised of elasticized undergarments and a selection of straps that can be applied to the body and limbs to help to carry on the effects of a successful therapy session into daily life. The primary premise for deciding whether TheraTogs systems are appropriate for any client is this: If the clinician […]

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