Sensory Integration

At Butterfly Therapy Center, we recognize the critical role that sensory integration plays in the lives of individuals with autism. Sensory integration refers to the brain’s ability to process and interpret information received through the senses, such as touch, sight, sound, taste, and smell. For individuals on the autism spectrum, sensory processing challenges can significantly impact their daily functioning, social interactions, and overall well-being.

A toddler’s day consists of:

  • Self-selected play
  • Reading books
  • Circle time
  • Focused learning
  • Singing songs
  • Sensory experiences
  • Finger Plays
  • Stroller walks