RMT looks at the role of developmental movements that babies naturally make:
RMT looks at how these movements are crucial in laying down the foundations for neural network pathway growth and myelinisation in the brain, and its effect on learning as we grow and develop, and come to rely on the lifelong postural reflexes. RMT works with integrating the retained, or underdeveloped, infant reflexes that are involved in learning challenges such as ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, dyspraxia, writing problems, focussing and comprehension challenges, co-ordination difficulties and Asperger's Syndrome.
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Tools for Getting Kids In Sync
November 18, 2017 from 9am-12pm at APT's Vancouver clinic. Presented by Sharron Donnelly and Lara Levine. Click here for course details and registration.
Parent Support Groups
APT partners with Swindell's Resource Center to provide Sensory Seminars PDX once a month at Providence. For more info go to: oregon.providence.org/news-and-events to view next event. Please be sure to register online!
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