‘When a child struggles with learning concepts at school, why do we give them yet more of the very same to do? All we are potentially doing is shattering their self-esteem and confidence by taking them out of their peer group to do more of what they find hard. It may just be that their internal network is just not yet wired to undertake this level of work.
This presentation will explain how the continued presence of retained ‘baby’ reflexes in the older child can hinder them from achieving their full potential. This immaturity in their central nervous system can cause difficulties with balance & co-ordination, reading and writing, learning and physical/sporting activities to mention a few. The great news is that the situation can be remediated by performing a series of prescribed daily movements for 10-15 minutes per day over a 12-18 month period.’