We interviewed Andy Roussey, President of Experia USA, about creating a sensory environment.

Sensory equipment is a vital tool in helping to treat a variety of sensory disorders in both adults and children.

Creating a sensory environment can help with:

  • Attention
  • Calming
  • Communication skills
  • Emotional development
  • Fine motor skills
  • Gross motor skills
  • Hand-eye coordination
  • Memory improvement
  • Social interaction
  • Speech & language development
  • Transitions

Children with autism, ADD/ADHD, developmental delays, apraxia, dyspraxia, learning disabilities, speech disorders and Sensory Processing Disorder often have problems with many of the above-mentioned issues.

Because these children often have retained reflexes that can be a result of neurological damage from birth trauma or other causes of neurological damage such as environmental toxicity,

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About Andy Roussey

Andy Roussey is the President of Experia USA, a provider of sensory equipment and solutions.

Experia USA offers a wide range of sensory-room equipment and tools to suit different abilities and needs.

Their products can help with sensory development and provide a source of entertainment and interaction.

You can find out more about his company at www.experia-usa.com

Patricia Lemer, MEd, NCC, is the author of Outsmarting Autism and the former Chairman of Epidemic Answers, which merged with her former non-profit, Developmental Delay Resources in 2013.

Disclaimer

This webinar is not a substitute for medical advice, treatment, diagnosis, or consultation with a medical professional. It is intended for general informational purposes only and should not be relied on to make determinations related to treatment of a medical condition. Epidemic Answers has not verified and does not guaranty the accuracy of the information provided in this webinar.

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