Sensory Brush




Brushing can help children who are slow-to-start, or overly cautious, and those that are picky eaters. Pediatric clients may benefit from brushing if they struggle with poor motor coordination or balance issues.

Some of the benefits of using sensory brushing are that it improves:

  • focus
  • the ability to handle new situations
  • self-awareness
  • self-organization
  • self-control

It can increase a child’s ability to optimize their arousal and activity levels as well as decrease sensory defensiveness. The Wilbarger brushing protocol involves the sensory brush, paired with joint compressions, completed in a sequence and according to a schedule.


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