All four project partners successfully created and integrated evidence-based holistic sensory integration method. The project partners have expanded their regular services in a modern way.
Palanga Health Care Centre developed the Methodology for the Treatment of Mental and Behavioral Disorders Using Sensory Integration (description) for Children and Adults in the Latvian and Lithuanian languages. The Methodology is intended for professionals in social and medical rehabilitation (occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech therapists, psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers, etc.) working with persons with psychiatric and behavioral disorders.
Palanga Health Care Center adopted and applied the new RehaCom cognitive therapy in order to enhance the results of the sensory integration.
Seaside Hospital (Liepaja) developed the Neurosensomotor Assessment Instrument in accordance with neuropsychological symptoms for applying of sensory integration. This specific instrument is integral part of the Methodology for the Treatment of Mental and Behavioral Disorders Using Sensory Integration (description) for Children and Adults. The Instrument has been designed to test and understand the neurosensomotor disorders of an individual with a psychiatric diagnosis of psychiatric and behavioural disorders (F00-F99), to plan and perform a neurosensomotor intervention, and to assess the outcome of this targeted intervention.
The Methodology and Instrument are available on all project partners’ web sides.
All project partners in total equipped 6 sensory integration rooms and 1 outdoor therapy playground.
113 specialists from project partner’s organisations have been trained. They improved their competencies in the basics of neuropsychology and working with new created Methodology and Instrument in the sensory integration rooms.
595 patients were tested according to new developed Methodology and Instrument in the new created sensory integration rooms.
Methodology (Lithuanian language)
Methodology (Latvian language)
State social care centre “Kurzeme”
Palanga Health Care Center
Lithuania Sea Museum