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Sensory Activation Solutions, or SAS for short, has created innovative neuro-sensory brain training programmes that aim to make better connections and strengthen specialised processing in the brain. This simple to apply learning enhancement technique is designed to improve:

●  Attention & Concentration

●  Understanding & Memory

●  Reading & Writing

●  Sensory Processing

●  Speech & Language

●  Learning & Development

●  Physical & Emotional Maturity

We have helped thousands of clients with conditions such as:

  • ADHD
  • Dyslexia
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Auditory Processing Disorders
  • Autism & Developmental Delay
  • Down's Syndrome & Cerebral Palsy

Reported long term benefits include improvements in
motor skills, behaviour management, social skills,
emotional well-being, confidence and self-worth.


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The methodology is based on the latest neuro-scientific findings and is being researched in a number of countries around the world. The programmes are highly sophisticated and each course is personally designed around the needs and abilities of the client. Taking an SAS neuro-sensory brain training course is really easy as it does not require attention, following instructions or physical exercises and is therefore suitable for clients of all ages and abilities. By simply listening every day for a few weeks to the specially processed music, language and tones through a pair of headphones the brain gets a healthy processing work-out.

The SAS methodology is available at SAS Centres and Practitioners in the U.K., The Netherlands, Australia and Turkey, or Internationally as a convenient SAS At Home course in English, French, German, Polish or Swedish.

The brain is the nerve-centre that processes all information coming in through our eyes, ears and other senses. It organises all our sensory processing, filters, sorts and stores. It decides what we pay attention to and what we ignore, making the connections between what we already know and new concepts. It is central to our developmental milestones, learning and understanding, memory recall, creative output, physical ability, behaviour and emotions. It understands language and directs our speech. It controls our body, nervous system functions, actions and reactions. By activating our brain in the right way, we can boost learning ability and developmental progress, hence our motto “Change your Mind - Live your Life”.