How we help
Multisensory learning combines the auditory (hearing), the visual (seeing), and the kinaesthetic (tactile – touch and movement) into a powerful and dynamic learning tool.
It is recognised by the OECD, the United Nations and the Australian government as the preferred method for the treatment of learning disorders and difficulties.
The Orton Gillingham multisensory approach (as relied on by Neurosensory) is the international gold standard in multisensory treatment.
Note: Due to the current COVID-19 concerns, we are running all sessions online until further notice.
Each student’s needs are unique, and so a neurosensory practitioner will design a specific program suitable for the specific individual’s learning.
NDIS approved program
Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.
Multisensory learning is increasingly used in the treatment of learning disorders and difficulties, including dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, ADHD and autism spectrum disorders as well as helping those with generalised learning disorders.
Our work at Neurosensory with children and adults with learning disorders uses the visual, the auditory and the kinaesthetic (touch and movement) learning methods to harness the power of the brain to heal itself and to at least in part overcome their learning disorders.
Our approach is:
Articles and resources
We have a range of articles and helpful resources available on our blog.