Sensory integration Inputs and insights about the work of Jean Ayres
It is an ethical and moral duty to disclose any pedagogical tool that increases the capacity and effectiveness of our educational system. This is a first sample of the work of one of the Neuroscience's pioneers as Jean Ayres. These days in class we talked about some children and adults who are diagnosed with ADD and the change that this entails in their lives. In this first figure and its interpretation, it is almost mandatory to make a cross-sectional and non-chronological reading to understand the fundamentals of the sensorial maturity of an individual and the decisive that it can become it in his adult life.
In my line of work, I tend to focus mainly on the first three levels of integration, this does not mean that I exclude the fourth; On the contrary, it is as a consequence of maturing each of those three levels, separately, or together, depending on what is done in each lesson.