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Retained primitive reflexes can lead to developmental delays related to disorders like ADHD, sensory processing disorder, autism, and learning disabilities.
The following activities and exercises promote balance between the left & right hemispheres of the brain and encourage the weaker side to strengthen.
Children with dominant left brain function typically perform well academically but may struggle socially and behaviorally.
Children who are right brain dominant are often very visual, spontaneous, emotional and intuitive but may struggle academically with memorizing facts and paying attention to details.
Many children with processing disorders report feeling scattered or disjointed which may be related to a faulty proprioceptive sense.
Remind yourself of what not to say to a child with ADHD and work on improving your communication strategies.
It’s important for parents to consider the various causes of inattention in their children in order to determine the best treatment.
The following kid-friendly foods are thought to reduce the body’s stress response and promote relaxation.
Children with Sensory Processing Disorder are so severely affected by sensory preferences that it interferes with normal functioning.
Can Essential Oils Enhance Focus in ADHD Children? If used carefully you may very well find that essential oils enhance focus in children with ADHD and attention issues.
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