Variety and novelty are confirmed as important factors for success with a Sensory Enrichment Program
This new study, published in eLife, confirms that novelty and variety are important factors of environmental enrichment. In that study mice who continued to engage in new ways with their environment showed significant structural differences, compared to the ones who showed signs of habituation to their environment.
By exposing pregnant females to enriched sensory, motor, and social eperiences, researchers have observed that offspring born to these mothers demonstrate accelerated development in utero, as well as improved physiological and behavioral outcomes that persist into postnatal life.
Molecular Mechanisms Underlying the Neuroprotection of Environmental Enrichment in Parkinson’s Disease
From a study published in July 2023, in the Journal of Neural Regeneration Research. According to the Parkinson’s Foundation, Parkinson’s (PD) is the second-most common
From a paper published in Dec. 2022 in the Journal: Molecular Biology Reports Citation: hen, XY., Han, Y., Gao, ZK. et al. Pre exposure to enriched environment
From an article published in Dec 2022, in the journal of Biophysics and Computational Biology Alzheimer’s is the most common neurological condition to affect seniors,
From an article published in Dec. 2022 in Frontiers in Pharmacology There has been a sharp increase in cocaine-related overdoses recently, but relapse rates have
The effect of oxytocin and an enriched environment on anxiety-like behaviour and corticosterone levels after febrile seizures and pre-natal stress
From an article published in May 2022 in IBRO Neuroscience Reports Febrile seizures occur in infants and young children, often following a fever and a systemic
After this webinar we want you to be equipped with new tools to help your special person feel more comfortable and more confident thanks to strong neuroscience principles. The techniques we will teach you are simple.
We will cover 2 powerful techniques and 2 ways to boost the effectiveness of this therapy.
If you have not tried Sensory Enrichment before, we promise you that you will be surprised by how big an impact it will have in such short time.
Sensory overload, communication delays, pressure to perform, understaffed classrooms are only a few of the reasons why children with autism struggle in regular classrooms. Sensory Enrichment Therapy can help re-wire the brain functions involved.