Sensory integration means that people experience their environment evenly with all their senses (touch, sight, hearing, smell, taste). With supporting measures, it is possible to provide an aimed balance, if one or more of these senses are less developed.
Our school provides courses of sensory integration on site.
Pupils* that are in need of such additional support and who take part in these classes, soon realise that they react more evenly to stimulus. Through this, they are able to better participate within their environment.