Sensory Defensiveness and Sensory Diet
Sensory Defensiveness and Sensory Diet, a concept named
by Occupational Therapist Patricia Wilbarger OTR, FAOTA,
MEd, is an individualized program of specific sensory input
or stimuli to an individual’s brain channels in action, 24/7.
Through an OT’s assessment driven program, reduction or
enhancement of identified sensory input is pursued.
Through reduction of ambient, unnecessary  stimuli that may
distract and interfere with daily life; or through enhancement
of deficient stimuli; increased focus, attention, organization
and learning is achieved.
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Center for Autism
Wellness and Recovery
Inside The Dan Center
Tomatis Auditory Training
Berard Auditory Integration Training   AIT
IRLEN Screening
Handwriting Without Tears
Interactive Metronome
LindaMood Bell Program
PECS
Sensory Integration
Sensory Defensiveness
Sensory Integration and Brain Channels
Occupational Therapy
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FAQ

1.  Will my child
benefit from
Auditory/Listening
Training?
Individuals with
communication
concerns,  learning
challenges, sensory
issues such as
auditory, tactile,
visual, avoids eye
contact,  inability to
focus,...
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