When Your Child/Student Does Not Outgrow Their Primitive Reflexes

I have been having a lot of conversations about sensory integration lately. Secretly, in my very own nerdy way, I am LOVING these conversations! I was recently in a conversation with an OT about a student who has not outgrown their primitive reflexes. The information she gave was invaluable! 

Don't you just love collaborating with brilliant minds? It can make all of the difference in the world. Both me and my students always benefit when I can learn from people who are better than I am at my job. Or, from people who have a different perspective. 

This Spring we are officially hosting our first ever International Orientation and Mobility Online Symposium! I am in the process of applying to become an official ACVREP accrediting agency. 

Yo, this process is legit. I didn't realize it would be so rigorous! Honestly, I am up for the challenge and really excited about this prospect. 

If you are interested in learning more, head over to our Symposium web page to sign up for the interest list and for more details. You don't have to pledge your soul or anything. I won't send you spam, and you aren't obligated to attend. I just need to gauge how many people are interested so I have some backing in the ACVREP application process. 

Okay, back to Where to Start When Your Student/Child Does Not Outgrow Their Primitive Reflexes..

Check out the live video I did sharing what you can do to help your child/student who has not outgrown their primitive reflexes.