Tactile Integration

Course Objectives

By providing tactile, pressure and proprioceptive input to all parts of the child's body, it contributes to the development of brain function, reflex integration and sensory integration, reduces sensory defensiveness, promotes emotional stability, a sense of safety, interpersonal relationships and improves learning ability.


Tactile Integration combines neurosensory practice and reflex integration to improve the child's motor development and reflex integration. This technique promotes sensory modulation, emotional regulation and sensory motor recovery.

The Tactile Integration therapy involves 22 massage techniques that are applied to the child by a professional occupational therapist and the parent to achieve the above benefits for children with sensory modulation disorders, autism, cerebral palsy, learning disabilities, intellectual disabilities and other developmental disorders.

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