Sensory Learning Program Benefits:

  • Nervous system more stable because the three channels now communicate rather than compete—there is Sensory Integration
  • Improved sense of balance and knowing where they are in space: such as a child riding a bicycle or an adult driving a car
  • Improved physical stamina and energy level
  • Improved memory and organization
  • Expanded field of vision to allow for improved orientation and safety in one's environment
  • Improved fine motor skills such as handwriting or typing on the computer
  • Improved gross motor skills for playing sports or exercising
  • Elimination or decrease in sensitivity to lights
  • Elimination or decreased sensitivity to certain sounds like someone chewing their food
  • Elimination or significant decrease in dizziness and nausea
  • Improved quality of sleep so the body can regenerate and heal itself
  • Improved ability to process verbal instructions
  • Improved ability to be in a noisy environment like a restaurant without being overwhelmed

Key Points:

  • Relatively quick (30 days) training of the nervous system
  • Does NOT replace other therapies
  • Allows other therapies to often take less time for significant improvements because the client's nervous system is more stable and responsive
  • If extensive previous therapies, the benefits are often seen after completing the Sensory Learning Program because the nervous system can now better communicate

Seattle Sensory Learning is part of
Sensory Learning Center International
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Learn more about the Sensory Learning Program and its Supporting Science


Click below if you are considering the Sensory Learning Program for a child:

Child Assessment Online Form
Evaluaci贸n de los Ni帽os

Click below for the Adult Assessment Form:

Adult Assessment Online Form

Alternatively, download, print, fill out and mail the following assessment forms to:
Executive Plaza
12835 Bel-Red Rd.
Suite 303
Bellevue, WA 98005

Child Assessment Form Download
Adult Assessment Form Download

Alternatively, email Mary VanHoy with your questions at: