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What are Primitive Reflexes?
Primitive Reflexes are automatic movements directed from the part of our brain that works without us thinking about it. It is our most primitive and basic form of survival.
We don't think about them, we don't try to make them, they just happen.
We need these reflexes when we are babies but after that - they don't help us with education, posture, or coordinated activities. In fact, they become a real pain and cause Neuro motor Immaturity.
Neuro motor immaturity is a barrier because children don't have full and automatic control over their body, which means the brain isn't operating as efficiently as it could.
Research has linked neuro diversity such as: ADHD; ADD; Autism Spectrum; Neuro Developmental Delay, DCD (Dyspraxia), Dyslexia and Non-Specific Learning Difficulties with the presence of primitive reflexes.
In addition, handwriting, reading, spelling and other learning difficulties as well as behavioural issues most often have underlying reflex problems.
We can ensure these reflexes no longer have any impact on your child's education, learning and development. By using the programmes designed to limit the presence of primitive reflexes and develop needed postural reflexes.
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