Category: Sensory Enrichment
Science shows that silence is good for you. Researchers did experiments with animals and found that exposure to silence prompted cell development in the brain. This article includes some practical suggestions and answers to frequently asked questions.
There is a solution for brain health.
But there is a problem.
This solution doesn’t look or feel like the solution you may have expected. In the middle of the sea of options and information, it is going unnoticed because of what the solution is, and who is delivering it.
Sensory Enrichment Therapy™ is designed to enhance everything you are already doing. This article has been designed to help you realize how you can reach your goals and still have time for everything else that matters. Continue reading for 6 recommendations that will help you maximize the time your spend with your child.
Looking for worthwhile activities for your autistic child during his free time? Read about the research pointing to the benefits of downtime and unguided discovery.
Scientific American™ reviews the pilot study of Sensory Enrichment Therapy that activates the mechanisms of brain plasticity to treat autism.
A new study reviews the effectiveness of Environmental Enrichment as a therapy for neurological disorders
A review of a study published in Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. People used to think that past a certain age, you could not change the way your brain works. They would even say your abilities diminished over time with the loss of thousands of brain cells every day. Thankfully, this is no longer the case. More
Summer has arrived! While fun and exciting for many, this season can bring more stress and anxiety for kids on the autism spectrum. The freedom, adventure, and friendships portrayed in movies about summertime are often overshadowed by overwhelming anxiety. Changes in a child’s routine lead to unpredictability, warmer temperatures make it difficult to stay comfortable,
This first mention of the research on words content and their influence is only to remind the parent that songs have a very different impact than instrumental music which is why the therapeutic effect of a soothing symphonic piece will have an effect, while a song will not.