Here is a great article we found regarding non-pharmacological treatment of ADD/ADHD. It supports the theory that boosting the sensory system (and in particular the tactile (touch), proprioceptive (position/movement of our joints and muscles), and vestibular systems (our knowledge of our position in space) has a significant impact on decreasing the sensory seeking or sensory avoidance behaviors seen in kids with ADD/ADHD. Stay tuned to the Building Write Foundations website for upcoming tools and tricks for boosting a child’s sensory system with these types of sensory input.
Study Finds ADHD Improves with Sensory Intervention
April 2, 2012 By Leave a Comment