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Sensory Enrichment Therapy

Sensory Enrichment Therapy is a comprehensive intervention that uses sensory experiences to enable the brain to reduce the symptoms of developmental disabilities, such as autism.

The treatment involves motor sensory exercises that concurrently stimulate two or more senses such as olfactory, tactile, visual, balance, motor systems, etc.

The exercises are supervised by parents following instructions provided online.

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