Sensory Enrichment Therapy – the brain stimulation piece of the autism treatment puzzle

The next level of progress for autism

Sensory Enrichment Therapy was evaluated in randomized controlled trials.

42% of the children who followed this new therapy program made clinically significant progress, compared to 7% of the children who followed standard care alone (ABA, OT, ST, etc.).

In randomized controlled trials, 42% of children with autism had a clinically significant improvement with Sensory Enrichment Therapy, compared to 7% in the group who only had standard care

In fact, 21% of the children improved so much that, although they remained on the autism spectrum, they no longer met the criteria for classic autism after 6 months.

None of the children in the standard care group did.

*conducted at the University of California, Irvine. 3 studies published in 2013, 2015 and 2016.