Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Objectives For Treating Sensory Processing Disorder | LIVESTRONG.COM

Objectives For Treating Sensory Processing Disorder. Sensory processing disorder SPD impacts a persons abilities to interpret sensory information such as touch, movement or whether or not two shapes look the same. Individuals with...


  1. Hi Barb! Thanks for visiting my son's blog! In his most recent hippotherapy evaluation, the pillow being pressed on top of him was to provide additional proprioceptive input. He has sensory integration issues. So, as you know, in order to work on his spine and hips, (even at home) we have to address the sensory component--hence the weighted pillows, blindfolds, etc. It's such a balancing act! :)

  2. Hi cristina- I figured that might be the case. I follow the hippotherapy blogs always looking for new ideas and insights. good luck,