We Help Kids Who Struggle With Sensory Processing Disorders
Brain Balance Achievement Center of Norwalk Has a Plan for Children with Sensory Processing Disorder
What is Sensory Processing Disorder?
Also called Sensory Integration Dysfunction, Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) is a disorder in which the brain cannot properly synthesize multisensory informations. This causes hypersensitivity (over-responsiveness to stimuli) or hyposensitivity (under-responsiveness to stimuli). If a child is affected by hypersensitivity, they may have extreme or fearful responses to specific textures, sounds, and tastes. Conversely, children with hyposensitivity may seem fearless, inappropriately touching people and/or objects and putting themselves in dangerous situations due to their under-reaction to pain.
Generally, children with Sensory Processing Disorder are very particular about what they like and do not like; and because children with SPD are highly affected by their sensory preferences, Sensory Processing Disorder affects everyday functioning. In order to help children with Sensory Processing Disorder, the Brain Balance Achievement Center of Norwalk provides a drug-free approach to SPD therapy. We believe that the best way to address your child’s Sensory Processing Disorder is by addressing the disorder at its core rather than just attacking the symptoms. Our goal at Brain Balance Achievement Center of Norwalk is to help your child with their Sensory Processing Disorder by creating the best program for them.
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The Brain Balance Program in Norwalk and Sensory Processing Disorder
The first step in the Brain Balance program is taking a personalized assessment. The Brain Balance Personalized Assessment can help you understand what is at the root of these issues. It will show you where your child’s strengths lie as well as his or her weaknesses and how the Brain Balance Program may be able to help.
When we understand your child’s strengths and weaknesses, a personalized program is created for your child to help them overcome their specific challenges. Our programs include at-home activities. Sensory motor training activities, academic skill training, a nutrition plan, and in-home exercises for your child to follow. The combination of these activities can help to get your child back on track!
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Ready to get started with the Brain Balance Program? Brain Balance Center Achievement Center of Norwalk works to help children with processing disorders such as auditory processing disorder, visual processing disorder, and sensory processing disorder. Call our center today at 203-847-3000 to learn more or to schedule a personalized assessment for your child.
How the Program Works
A Non-Medical, Drug-Free, Whole Child Approach To Get Your Child On Track
The Brain Balance Program is a non-medical and drug-free approach to overcoming the challenges of ADHD, learning disabilities, processing disorders, Asperger’s syndrome, and a host of other related childhood learning and developmental issues. Our integrated approach combines physical and sensory motor exercises with academic skill training and healthy nutrition.
Your Child's Personal Plan
Brain Balance Personalized Assessment
For over a decade, the Brain Balance Program has helped tens of thousands of children with learning and developmental issues through our integrated, whole-child approach. The Brain Balance Personalized Assessment is an objective and quantifiable measurement of each area of function – motor, sensory, behavioral, social, emotional, and academic – allowing us to better understand your child’s unique challenges.
Support Every Step of The Way
Support Every Step of The Way
One thing you will never be at a loss with at Brain Balance is the complete support of our staff. We work with a very diverse set of kids every day. For years we’ve worked with many different challenges and behaviors, without judgment, using our experience to help every child and every parent find success within our program. You will never feel out of place, or out of line when you ask and need help.