Category Archives: Vestibular

Activating the Vestibular Triad

stimulates eyes, ears, and coordination Although the vestibular system primarily responds to movements of the head, it   also responds to sensory  input from the ears and eyes.  Signals within the vestibular  system are protective. When stimulated, these signals work together on the muscles of the body   to position the head into an upright position. When stimulated, the vestibular system tends to prompt all of

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Integrating Body Awareness with Vision

The ability to maintain body orientation and posture in relation to the surrounding environment (physical and social space) is challenging for many children.  Mastering these skills represents a point of entry for most group and sports activities.  These sorts of activities tend to lead  to friendships and improved sense of self worth.  For children with sensory processing dysfunction, this point of integration represents a challenge that

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