“Control of balance, motor skills and integration of early reflexes can impact overall success at school including academic achievement and behaviour in the school setting”
Integrating Thinking helps to overcome difficulties with reading, writing, spelling, maths, concentration, under-achievement and behaviour through individualised and school-based movement and auditory stimulation programmes. We also teach practitioners and educators to identify neuromotor immaturity and provide assistance through our Body to Brain Learning Professional Development Series and our association with INPP International.
Neuro – Motor Immaturity (NMI) symptoms include:
- Attention problems
- Concentration difficulties
- Coordination problems
- Difficulty in physical education
- Difficulty learning to swim
- Difficulty riding bikes
- Difficulty telling the time
- Inability to sit still or remain silent
- Maths difficulties
- Mixed laterality
- Poor eye-hand coordination
- Reading problems
- Speech and articulation problems
- Travel sickness
- Writing problems.
Integrating Thinking can help address:
- Reading and writing difficulties
- Educational underachievement (eg. consistently being told “you can do better”)
- Dyslexia (reading difficulties)
- Dyspraxia (clumsiness and awkwardness of movement)
- Dysgraphia (writing problems)
- Co-ordination difficulties
- Concentration problems
- Auditory processing difficulties
- Visual Processing difficulties
- Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
- Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Integrating Thinking provides individualised movement programmes that match the neuro-developmental profiles of the individual.
Follow the links for more information about the Individualised programmes, School movement Programmes, to help address auditory processing difficulties and Training for educational and health care professionals available through Integrating Thinking and Body to Brain Learning services.
We may also recommend a complete neuro-developmental vision assessment as a step in addressing potential learning difficulties.