is the brain's ability to perceive and respond to the senses that the body experiences. The senses include the five typical
senses: taste, touch, smell, hearing, and sight; it also includes proprioceptive and vestibular
Proprioceptive sense deals with our muscles, tendons, and joints.
Through the body's muscles, tendons, and joints the body is able to establish its position and the amount of force on the
muscles and joints. Vestibular sense deals with the gravitational pull on the body and the way the body responds to it with
balance, bilateral coordination, and the body's speed and movement. Sensory integration is a developmental
process that includes the child and their interaction in the environment.