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Beagle's Business Philosophy


What is Sensory Integration Disorder? 

         Sensory Integration refers to the brain's ability to receive and process information from our 5 senses. These multiple sensorial stimuli include: smell, taste, vision, hearing, touch as well as the vestibular sense and proprioception.

         During the integration process, the brain receives sensory stimulation from the outside world, assesses it, and responds accordingly. Through continuous stimulation, this process can be improved, and the individual's responses will progressively be more refined and adequate.


        Having a sensory integration disorder does not mean having a lower intelligence. However, underdeveloped sensory abilities increase the number of obstacles one will face during their learning journey as well as in the development of their personality. This can result in difficulties at school, poor verbal expression, psychological immaturity, lack of self-confidence and emotional instability.


        Sensory integration disorders are divided into 6 categories: tactile sensitivity, vestibular dysfunction, visual integration disorder, auditory integration disorder, proprioceptive disorder and left and right brain balance disorder.

        At Beagle, we put the national cause of “Sensory Integration Dysfunction” at the center of our educational program. Indeed, we must grasp the sensitive period of the golden age of development before the age of 6 as soon as possible. Therefore, our centers are thought and designed to cater to the developmental needs of children aged 0 to 3, enabling age appropriate activities and promoting their growth.

        Our knowledge and philosophy is the result of years of research. We have gathered talented individuals with Doctorates and Master's Degrees in the fields of sociology, psychology, culture, preschool education and management in order to create the “Bayes’ Development Course”. This program was specially designed to ensure the implementation of age-appropriate thematic activities for children in our centers. The course is based on the theory of Adaptive Development and has been officially published and registered by the International ISBN Agency.

        The implementation of the“Bayes’ Development Course”has helped our Daycare Centers in day-to-day operations as well as to provide diversified and relevant activities. The course promotes sensory integration at all ages and reduces the risks of sensory disorders. Throughout the years, we have observed significant results in children's development as well as early on diagnosis and care.

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