|Excerpts from “Brain Channels Assessment Tool
When there is hearing sensitivity, visual deficit and/or sensory
the brain receives, processes, adapts, and responds to its
channels with difficulty and is exhibited
through the individual’s behavior, social and learning development.
Our child has been viewed as “aggressive” until we retraced the
root of his behavior.
His school day comprises of being with 18 other kids with varying
levels of autism, learning disabilities,
as well as going to Resource integrated classes. End of day finds
him and his brother with 10 other
special needs kids, in a small, non noise absorbing, school bus.
When he gets off the bus, he’s pushing his brother off the bus
Initially, this behavior was labeled aggressive until we looked at
the events of his day and realized this kid
was having “sensory overload.”
Some kids with sensory integration dysfunction may be viewed as
when actually, they are “sensory seeking,” secondary to the brain's
Other kids with sensory integration dysfunction may be viewed as
or “asocial, or “nonverbal,” when actually they are “sensory
avoiding,” secondary to the brain's hyper- perception.
Is your child's behavior, social and learning development
impacted by the HYPER-, HYPO-, or WHITE NOISE perception of
one or more of the brain channels?
If any of the following hyper event, hypo event or white noise event
in the BCAT describes your child or someone you know, call us at
(713) 5 AUTISM
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