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Our goal is to improve the quality of life for people with sensory processing disorders. Located in Southern California, approximately 25 minutes from Disney Land, in Redondo Beach, we have had people fly from all over the country to come experience the ISP Program. Our approach to changing sensory-related problems utilizes the most advanced technology in the country with a neurosensory motorstimulation that can be customized for each person. We call it "sensory integration for the brain".
Most professionals who deal with Autism will tell you the importance of occupational therapy to address the sensory deregulation these children experience. Occupational therapy is a crucial component, however works at the body/physical level to help children deal with or adapt to sensory input. Participation in ISP actually aides OT's and other therapists in performing their jobs quicker and with more efficiency. Children and adults with Autism and other disorders have a condition known as hyperacute hearing or Auditory Processing Disorder. Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) (also known as Central Auditory Processing Disorder or CAPD) is a disorder in the way auditory information is processed in the brain. Auditory Processing Disorder describes a variety of problems with the brain that can interfere with processing auditory information. As Auditory Processing Disorder is one of the more difficult to detect and diagnose; an audiogram is required, which is performed during an initial consultation. ASD may sometimes be misdiagnosed as ADD/ADHD, Asperger syndrome and other forms of autism, but it is often times an underlying condition within those disorders.People with APD intermittently experience an inability to process verbal information. The information coming in through their inner ear can sometimes be garbled. If it is garbled coming in, it can be garbled in the speech. When people with APD have a processing failure, they do not process what is being said to them. They may be able to repeat the words back word for word, but the meaning of the message is lost. Simply repeating the instruction is of no use if a person with APD is not processing. Neither will increasing the volume help and in some cases, it can make things worse. People with APD have a disorder processing auditory information within the brain. The written word is a visual notation of verbal language, thus Auditory Processing Disorder can extend into reading and writing.The ISP works directly at the brain level to balance the sensory motor system and improve conditions such as Auditory processing disorder, Autism, Aspergers, Headaches, Fibromyalgia, ADD, ADHD, Narcolepsy, and other conditions.
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