Sensory Enrichment Therapy for Autism

Stimulates Brain Plasticity

to help children and adults feel more comfortable, more confident and develop their talents.

Sensory Enrichment Therapy was evaluated in randomized controlled trials with children with autism.

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.