Therapy as a daily routine
The sensorimotor, sensory and functional activities may specifically created to activate the neural pathways underlying the brain’s capacity to execute the intended skills. The sensorimotor gross and fine motor skills are paired and calibrated to assist with the learning of skills specific to the brain’s left/right and global mapping.
It is recommended that SWP cards exercises should be performed 2x per day. There are suggested sensory programs used prior to each session to assist with activation of the brain pathways.
Following the recommended sequence /level program of the session there are follow-up exercises with the fine motor, self-care or gross motor program to continue the activation and neuroplastic training for skill acquisition.
The SWP cards exercises are color coded and organized for practical and clear understanding.
First stage >>
Choose 1-2 cards from one color
Second stage >>
Choose 1-2 cards of each color
Choose 1 card from one color
2 to 6 years
7 to 18 years
18 to 65 years
What is the SWP Training for Facilitators?
The SWP Training for Facilitators is an online curriculum designed to deeply explore sensory integration across age groups.
Each self-contained module offers around 4 hours of video lessons, blending rich theoretical insights with valuable practical tips. While the SWP exercise cards are intuitive, this training delves deeper, ensuring facilitators grasp the full potential of the method and are adept at leveraging it to maximum effect.
Delve into Sensory Integration
The populations of children and adults we worked with had a variety of diagnoses, from mild learning disabilities to ADHD, ASD, TBI and a wide range of neurological and physical developmental concerns.
The foundation for the SWP has been a direct result and natural progression of the close educational and therapeutic work we do with our clients, supported by evidence-based exercises and routines.
For all our clients, regardless of age group or level of delay or development difficulty, we have learned that the prior balance of the senses is always a determining condition for the success of any physical or mental activity that we intend to perform.
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