Sensory Integration Therapy

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    Taxonomy Code: LR-6200.8000

    Programs that offer therapeutic sessions which treat individuals, usually children, who have sensory processing disorder (also known as sensory integrative dysfunction), a condition in which the brain has difficulty organizing information about one's own body and the world that is gained through the five senses (sight, hearing, taste, smell and touch). Difficulties may also affect the proprioceptive system which provides a sense of the position of the body in space and the vestibular system which provides a sense of how the body is moving even when the eyes are closed. Sensory integration is practiced by occupational therapists who design individual programs or a "sensory diet" to help individuals process and use sensory information.

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    EAST END DAY HABILITATION PROGRAMOffers intensive clinical services which may include occupational and physical therapy, speech and behavioral services to individuals ages 21 and older with severe and profound levels of intellectual and other developmental disabilities. Offers intensive sensory integration programming and other planned activities within a hub based location as well as environmental exploration within the community.SuffolkEAST END DAY HABILITATION PROGRAMAHRC SUFFOLK
    OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY AND PHYSICAL THERAPYWe offer IEP-based Occupational and Physical Therapy services including evaluations, individual and group therapy and consultation with treatment team members and family. We serve adult participants though our Article 16 Clinic. Occupational therapy services promote functional abilities and engagement in daily routines. Occupational therapists may asses an individual's ability to perform ADL's and develop adaptions in order for the participant to be successful and the MOST independent in eating, dressing, grooming, toileting and hygiene. OT services also focus on sensory integration, play/leisure skills, gross and fine motor skills, prevocational /vocational skills, social interaction skills and psychosocial issues. Physical Therapy services provide support for students so they may more fully participate in the curriculum and the school day routine. services focus on the impact the the physical disability has on classroom performance rather than on the disability itself. Physical Therapists work on addressing balance, gait, motor planning, posture, navigating and accessing school environment, strength, and endurance.OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY AND PHYSICAL THERAPYANDERSON CENTER FOR AUTISM
    SENSORY GYMOffers a sensory gym with onsite therapists for children who qualify for pre-school related services.NassauSENSORY GYMFRIEDBERG JCC
    SOCIAL SKILLSOffers a 10 week session to promote positive peer relationships among children with an autism spectrum disorder and/or a developmental disability. The sessions are comprised of role playing, emotional recognition, social stories and scripting. This is a private pay program and the fee is based upon the families yearly income. Locations and times vary depending on the group. Referral required. Call to schedule an appointment.SOCIAL SKILLSYAI AUTISM CENTER

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