Dyspraxia = poor coordination, planing, executing or terminating of task
The Ayers Sensory Integration is a specific treatment approach requiring additional training, a sensory rich environment and an individualized designed treatment plan. Karen Hyche is sensory certified (SIPT). The certified occupational therapists at the Hyche Center all have sensory integration training. More information regarding Sensory Integration.
Children with Sensory Processing Disorder often have problems with skills required for school success and daily living skills. They often suffer from emotional, social, and educational problems, including the inability to make friends or be a part of a group, poor self-concept, academic failure, and being labeled clumsy, uncooperative, belligerent, disruptive, or "out of control." Anxiety, depression, aggression, or other behavior problems can follow. Parents may be blamed for their children's behavior by people who are unaware of the child's "hidden handicap," because the children look “normal” or “typical”, but do not behave typically.
Visit the STAR Foundation for more information: https://www.spdstar.org/basic/impact-and-treatment-of-spd