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Playing together


Would you like to know how playing together can contribute

to the development of the various areas of sensory integration?


Children undergoing dynamic sensory integration therapy swing, spin, balance, switch from one game to another at a dizzying pace; or on the contrary, they keep quiet, swaying in a hammock, daydreaming. Seeing this, outsiders usually remark:


“Come on, they are only playing here!”


The primary factor that makes dynamic sensory integration therapy effective is play!


By stirring the imagination, play becomes the driving force of self-induced motion in our work.


What we find important during play


The primary goal is that children have a good time playing in the therapeutic space.



Our shared play will indeed serve the development of the whole personality

if we keep the following guidelines in mind:



Enjoy playing!