Most of us think of balance as the ability to move without falling. Balance actually starts with the inner ear and eye movement. For some, those internal systems are not in sync.
There are two senses that affect body awareness and balance: Proprioception and Vestibular senses.
Trouble with body awareness and balance can have a big impact on motor skills. People who have trouble with proprioception or the vestibular sense could struggle with motor skills in a number of ways.
A multi-sensory environment can provide the ideal stimuli to calm and organise the audio-visual system so it can begin to function at top speed. The right sights and sounds produced from our projectors, bubble tubes, fiber optics, boards and tunnels can create an internal symphony that is ready to work and be challenged.
Contact our sensory experts today if you want to find out more how Experia can help you change lives affected by balance disorders. Call on 0800 612 6077 or send us an email.
We are here to assist you!