Sensorische Integrationsbehandlung

  • A. Jean Ayres

Zusammenfassung

Sobald Probleme in der Gesellschaft auftreten, versucht man sie zu lösen. Da die Häufigkeit von Lernstörungen und Hirnfunktionsstörungen bei Kindern zunimmt, beschäftigen sich immer mehr Fachleute damit und versuchen herauszufinden, was die Ursache des Problems ist und wie man einen Weg finden kann, es zu korrigieren. Die erste Erkenntnis, die man über dieses Problem gewann, war, daß lernbehinderte Kinder öfters einen Mangel an auditiver und visueller Wahrnehmung aufwiesen. Weitere Studien haben gezeigt, daß eine mangelhafte Integration der Reizeinwirkungen seitens des Körpers und des Gleichgewichtssystems die Basis einiger auditiver und fast aller visueller Probleme ist.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. Jean Ayres
    • 1
  1. 1.TorranceUSA

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