M.O.R.E: Integrating the Mouth with Sensory and Postural Functions

M.O.R.E (Motor Oral Respiratory Eyes Program)

The M.O.R.E intervention program integrates and mouth with sensory and postural functions.

Oral motor input is necessary for the organization of the nervous system. Oetter, Rickter, and Frick (1993) in their book, M.O.R.E.: Integrating the Mouth with Sensory and Postural Functions, stress the importance of oral mouth stimulation in regulating attention and mood.

The suck/swallow/breathe (SSB) synchrony has a pervasive influence on all areas of motor development and coordination. Awareness of these influences leads to powerful strategies that support improved sensory motor, cognitive and psychosocial development.

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