Sensory Integration Education Research Foundation

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Autism and the Female Protective Effect

A new study backs parent reports that sensory integration therapy improves daily function in children with autism.

I'm the author of Too Loud, Too Bright, Too Fast, Too Tight which is on hypersensitivity.  I want to inform you of my new book

Gary Netter - Next to Eat, Kathy Sutton - SiERF and Award Recepient Sheriff Marlin Gusman

(l) to (r) Gary Netter, Sheriff Marlin Gusman receiving the SIERF/UTNO Hero Award from Kathy Sutton

 (l) to (r) Councilmember Cynthia Hedge-Morrell, Congresswoman Maxine Waters - CA, and Kathy Sutton - SIERF

Senator Roderick D. Wright awards a prize to an attendee.

SIERF receives a Certificate of Congressional Commendation for the dedication to education, preparation of the youth and committment to t

SIERF receiving recognition from Assemblymember Isadore Hall, III.  Picture (l) to (r) Mayor Jim Dear, Kathy Sutton - SIERF, Heather Hutt

(l) to (r) Kathy Sutton -SIERF, Charmaine Neville, Congresswoman Maxine Waters, Councilmember Cynthia Hedge-Morrell, and Tia Vice (repres

SIERF Appreciates the Hosts and Co-Hosts of Carson Back to School Giveaway

SIERF show appreciation to our hosts of the Back to School Event.

Gary Netter - Next to Eat, Kathy Sutton - SiERF and Award Recepient Sheriff Marlin Gusman
SIERF Appreciates the Hosts and Co-Hosts of Carson Back to School Giveaway

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The Sensory Integration Education & Research Foundation (SIERF) became a reality in June of 2003. SIERF was founded by two occupational therapists and a parent of a child with down syndrome, autism and sensory integration (SI) dysfunction. 

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California 

4733 Torrance Blvd. #913
Torrance, CA 90503
310-328-3858

New Orleans 

4640 Carrollton Ave.
Suite 200-215
New Orleans, LA  70119
504-355-7030