Sensorimotor materials

Looking for sensory integration materials and tools to stimulate sensory stimulus processing as a therapist? With us you will find products that can be used in the therapy session but also at home to teach children and adults how to deal with tactile stimuli, proprioceptive input, auditory stimuli as well as to challenge the vestibular system.

Sensory information processing disorder

Problems in stimulus processing can occur on their own or in combination with, for example, ADHD, autism or HSP. In case of stimulus processing problems, it is advisable to seek advice from an occupational therapist, physiotherapist or speech therapist who specializes in sensory information processing. They can take a sensory profile and offer tailor-made treatment and suggestions.