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What the first 14 days of Sensory Enrichment Therapy look like

Ever wondered what it looks like to do Sensory Enrichment Therapy and what kind of progress you can see in the first two weeks? Follow this family as they try Sensory Enrichment Therapy for two weeks.

Grandin discusses clinical trials 2

Sensory Enrichment Therapy is an evidence-based, patent-pending treatment that uses sensory experiences to enable the brain to reduce the symptoms of autism. The treatment involves sensorimotor exercises that stimulate concurrently two or more senses such as olfactory, tactile, visual, balance, motor systems, etc.

Grandin discusses clinical trials

Sensory Enrichment Therapy is an evidence-based, patent-pending treatment that uses sensory experiences to enable the brain to reduce the symptoms of autism. The treatment involves sensorimotor exercises that stimulate concurrently two or more senses such as olfactory, tactile, visual, balance, motor systems, etc.

News story on NBC’s KSL-TV

Sensory Enrichment Therapy is an evidence-based, patent-pending treatment that uses sensory experiences to enable the brain to reduce the symptoms of autism. The treatment involves sensorimotor exercises that stimulate concurrently two or more senses such as olfactory, tactile, visual, balance, motor systems, etc.

Environmental Enrichment may help treat autism, as provided by Mendability

Scientific American™ reviews the pilot study of Sensory Enrichment Therapy that activates the mechanisms of brain plasticity to treat autism.

Press release: Mendability, a breakthrough, clinically tested autism therapy, launches new and affordable autism treatment

University of California Irvine Study Demonstrates Children With Autism Show Marked Improvement Using Mendability for Autism, a Low Cost Sensory Enrichment Therapy That Can Be Done at Home.

Environment enrichment hidden benefits: improved immune system

Scientists recently discovered a new enzyme in our bodies called: COX-2. COX-2 is one of the keys to the immune system and plays a crucial anti-inflammatory role. (See references below.)

Study: Watching Baby Animals Improves Cognition

Kawaii, the beneficial effects of cuteness

Article based on the findings of Hiroshi Nittono, Michiko Fukushima, Akihiro Yano, Hiroki Moriya.

Increase your happiness by measuring your child’s progress

Have you ever compared your child to other children? How do you react when other people talk about normal vs. special needs? Who defines what an average child is supposed to be able to do? Who decides that your child is “broken”? Should we not be looking for a way to make everyone exceptional? Before […]