For most people sensory integration develops in the course of everyday childhood activities. When a person has good sensory integration then they can process information automatically and efficiently. But for some people, sensory integration does not develop as proficiently as it should and can affect activities of daily living, academic achievement, behaviour or social participation. Sensory integration is a subconscious and automatic neurological process. Information is received from our senses of touch, sight, taste, smell, movement, body position, hearing and…