Augment Your Sensory Integration Work with REI
Designed with the Sensory Integration professional in mind, The SI Series 8-CD set plus Digital MP3 Downloads supports optimal sensory function.
The SI Series recordings consist of 24 audio tracks covering four sensory areas – Auditory, Proprioception, Tactile, and Vestibular – and three sensory responses – hypersensitive, hyposensitive, and discrimination. These recordings can be used during SI exercises or in between SI sessions in your client’s home. They are designed to give you the flexibility to successfully blend with your sensory integration tools and protocols.
Expert instruction by REI Creator Jeff Strong along with clearly written instructions are included, allowing these recordings to be effectively used with minimal training. You can also download the REI SI Series rating scale to help determine which CD and track to use for each client’s unique needs.
Recordings in the SI Series include:
• Auditory HyperSensitive is for people who are over-sensitive to or bothered by sounds.
• Auditory HypoSensitive is for people who are unresponsive or seek auditory input.
• Proprioception HypoSensitive is for people with a lack of awareness of their body and are calmed by deep pressure.
• Proprioception Grading of Movement is for people who have difficulty modulating their movement, or who are uncoordinated.
• Tactile HyperSensitive is for people who have an aversion to light touch and react in a negative emotional way.
• Tactile HypoSensitive is for people who are unresponsive to touch, or who have poor tactile discrimination.
• Vestibular HyperSensitive is for people who get motions sickness easily or are anxious by their movement in the wold.
• Vestibular HypoSensitive is for people who seek physical movement and often take excessive risks while playing or moving.
Each recording in this set contains 3 approximately 20-minute long tracks. Choose one track to play during sensory exercises or between sensory integration therapy sessions. Choose your track based upon the following criteria:
• Track #1 contains the least amount of stimulation. Choose this track for people with the most severe level of hyper-sensitivity or the lowest level of hypo-sensitivity.
• Track #2 contains slightly more stimulation. Choose this track for people with a moderate level of hypersensitivity or hypo-sensitivity.
• Track #3 contains the most stimulation. Choose this track for people with the most severe level of hypo-sensitivity or the lowest level of hypersensitivity.