We love OT's and what they do for the benefit of their clients. Without their hard work, support and enthusiasm, our equipment would not be as effective. Find out more from therapists around the world below.
Ayres Sensory Integration
Dr. A. Jean Ayres, PhD, OTR, FAOTA, an occupational therapist and psychologist systematically investigated the nature of the way the brain processes sensory information so that it can be used for learning, emotions and behavior, creating sensory integration theory as it is currently used in occupational therapy practice and applied in pediatrics and childhood education.
- Find out more about Ayres Sensory Integration
- Resources for Professionals
- The Sensory Integration Network
- Sensory Integration Topics
- Understanding Ayres Sensory Integration
- ASI 2020 Vision
SIE - Sensory Integration Education
A world-class, international training provider of sensory integration courses.
Established in 1994, Sensory Integration Education is a not-for-profit organisation working with allied health professionals, education and health experts, academic researchers and families to improve awareness, understanding and the treatment of sensory integration and sensory processing difficulties.
ASI Wise is a UK and Ireland provider of internationally accredited learning about Ayres’ Sensory Integration.
As an ICEASI member, they offer excellence in education in Ayres’ SI via their two modular programmes. ASI Wise webinars and workshops provide a wide range of learning opportunities for anyone supporting people with sensory integration and processing difficulties.
The Science behind Multi-Sensory Environments
Southpaw Multi-Sensory Environments are controlled, meaningful and demand-free spaces designed to empower users to overcome sensory deficits. By providing a form of communication that focuses on the natural process of multi-sensory stimulation, users at all functioning levels can improve motor development and increase awareness, focus and concentration. Southpaw’s customized Multi-Sensory Environments do not rely on verbal communication, and provide stimulation for those clients who would otherwise be difficult to reach
Learn more on what benefits can be provided from articles written by our Southpaw Advisory Board: