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Sensory Learning Program

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 children with:

  • Autism
  • Developmental delays
  • Acquired Brain Injury
  • Non-Verbal Language Disorder / Asperger’s Syndrome
  • People with Brain-Integration Problems
  • People with Unexplained Anxiety


Individuals experience improved:

  • Perception
  • Learning Abilities
  • Processing Time
  • Sleep Patterns
  • Awareness and Attention
  • Speech
  • Memory
  • 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.

Your Child’s Experience

Children learn how to process incoming sensory messages so they can see, hear and balance better.

Information from SensoryLearning.com

Learn how vision therapy can help you or your loved one.

Take the Online Self Test And Assess Yourself or Your Child

We recommend these instant online tools for you to get more information on whether Sensory Learning can be a solution for you. These are from Sensory Learning Center International, a leader in the field.

Self Assessment Questionnaire for Children

Self Assessment Questionnaire for Adults

See www.sensorylearning.com for the latest research and more information.