What is the Sensory Learning Program?
The Sensory Learning Program is an approach to developmental learning that unites three modalities (auditory, visual and vestibular) into one 30-day drug-free intervention to improve perception, understanding, and the ability to learn.
Who is the Sensory Learning Program For?
This program is designed for people with:
- Unexplained Anxiety
- Difficulty in learning new things easily
- ADD/ADHD symptoms
- Developmental delays
- Acquired Brain Injury
- Non-Verbal Language Disorder / Asperger’s Syndrome
- Brain-Integration or Brain Balance Problems
Individuals have experienced improved:
- Learning Abilities
- Processing Time
- Sleep Patterns
- Awareness and Attention
- Social Skills
How Does the Program Work?
Through the use of passive light, sound, and movement therapy that takes place on a therapeutic bed, the program helps children integrate the sensory messages they receive through sight, sound, and their body.
The Sensory Learning Program is comprised of two 30-minute sessions each day for 12 consecutive days. The repetitive sensory activation of each session builds on the session before.
After twelve days of sessions you go home with a portable light instrument to continue the program, with a 20-minute session each morning and evening for the next 18 days.