Sensory integration is one of the most modern and effective methods used in the therapy of children and adolescents who are experiencing difficulties in:

  • motor skills (poor motor coordination, delayed motor development, difficulty in maintaining balance);
  • emotional problems (excessive sensitivity, nervousness, problems with concentration);
  • delayed speech development;
  • mastering school skills (problems of dyslexia, dysgraphy, dysorthography, problems with remembering and motivation to learn);
  • Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD, ADD);
  • hypersensitivity or too low sensitivity to various sensory stimuli;
  • hypersensitivity to movement (negative reaction to movement, gravitational uncertainty, motion sickness

It also turns out to be effective, which is confirmed by the numerous experiences of therapists using it, in relation to children with:

  • autism;
  • Asperger’s syndrome;
  • Brittle X chromosome syndrome;
  • intellectual disability;
  • cerebral palsy;
  • Down’s syndrome;
  • other conjugated disorders;
  • risk groups: premature infants, children after perinatal injuries.

Sensoplastyka® affects the optimal development of the whole organism. By stimulating the receptors we influence the development of nerve connections in the brain. The more they are “the easier” to us, the more efficiently the processes of analysis and synthesis take place in the mind of both a small child and adults.


It affects the stimulation of all the senses:

  • of smell
  • sight
  • touch
  • hearing
  • taste

During classes:

  • we support building their body and space awareness;
  • we care for mobility improvement (preparation for learning to walk in the case of infants);
  • we support the development of the senses;
  • we influence the development of speech (centers in the brain responsible for speech are located close to the centers responsible for low motor skills – that is, the work of the hands);
  • through joint activities, we will deepen our emotional contact with children – in this way we build their sense of security;


it stimulates the concentration of attention. It is a perfect complement to speech therapy, thanks to a strong neurophysiological basis (the biological ground for linking precision of hand movements with the quality of pronunciation and speech development). Exercises are selected by the therapist individually to the needs and abilities of each child. Hand therapy is based on the performance and improvement of various manual activities, adapted to the age and interests of the child.

Hand therapy is aimed at:

  • improving the precision of hand movements;
  • learning the ability to focus, to look;
  • strengthening concentration;
  • improving visual-motor coordination;
  • crossing the centerline of the body;

Hand therapy complements sensory integration therapy, but it can also be carried out independently.


to specjalnie wyodrębnione pomieszczenie wyposażone w różnego rodzaju urządzenia stymulujące rozwój zmysłów. Głównym celem jest stwarzanie możliwości odbierania nowych bodźców, wzbogacanie doświadczeń oraz miłe spędzanie czasu w atmosferze relaksu i pełnej akceptacji przez osoby z wieloraką niepełnosprawnością. Pracując z osobą niepełnosprawną w Sali Doświadczania Świata staramy się wpływać na jego wszechstronny rozwój przede wszystkim poprzez :

  • Stimulation of visual perception;
  • Stimulation of auditory perception;
  • Stimulation of tactile perception Stimulation of olfactory perception;
  • Stimulation of taste perception;
  • Stimulation of the sense of balance;