SMARTfit Sensory Programming Proves Essential in Sensory Integration Treatment at OT4Kids

SMARTFit Sensory Integration Programming kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder


In March Multisensory Fitness installed our first combination of our SMARTfit Trainer and six SMARTfit Play Pods at OT4Kids in Santa Monica to be used in their sensory integration treatment program.  Here is what the owner, Kimberly Koretoff, had to say about SMARTfit:

“Using the SMARTFit Sensory Integration Programming for kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder has become an essential element in our sensory integration treatment and practice. The SMARTfit system allows us to incorporate a variety of ocular motor, visual perceptual, vestibular, proprioceptive, postural control, and muscle strengthening/endurance activities in an engaging manner.”

“Our clients always ask to use the state of the art board during their sessions, and they are constantly motivated to improve their scores and overall performance. The SMARTfit Trainer and Play Pods give a three dimensional element to developmental interventions and allows us to work on sensory integration in new and exciting ways.”

“Using the various games, our clients are able to work on a variety of skills. Their reaction times and accuracy to hit the targets greatly improve over consecutive trials, demonstrating motor learning and quickened motor responses. We are able to work on static and dynamic postural responses, balance, and proximal stability crucial for participation in playground games and Physical Education classes. Furthermore, the numbers and letters games allow our therapists to address sequencing, letter and number identification, visual discrimination, and visual tracking/scanning abilities, essential for school readiness.”

“In general, the SMARTfit Trainer is one of the best comprehensive activities to address all aspects of sensory integration treatment and our clients have seen wonderful results that translate to their academic, personal, and social lives.”

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