Infant Reflex Development and its impact on later learning

Mentored by

Swasend Swasend

Location address: Forest Row, RH18 5JA
Chosen age group:

For ages: 18+ years

Available tickets:
Standard £75
Next date: None - message Mentor to express interest
Participants will learn the protocols for screening for retained primitive (infant) reflexes and appreciate the impact these can have on higher level learning. The Institute for Neuro Physiological Psychology has developed movement exercises to undertake with groups of children and these will be taught during this day's workshop. Today's workshop is suitable for movement teachers, early years and primary classroom teachers, learning support teachers, SENDCos and parents
About your mentor
Swasend Swasend
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Ann Swain is a Licentiate of the Institute of Neuro Physiological Psychology (Chester, UK) and has worked as an independent practioner for 16 years. Ann has facilitated the classroom programme in schools and has taught this workshop many times previously.
Learning aims
Aim 1
Be able to undertake the INPP Screening and Assessment
Aim 2
Able to implement the INPP classroom programme within a school setting
Aim 3
Be able to measure progress and improvements and decide best ways forward
Pricing information
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Where we'll be
Dick Chester Studio, Priory Road, Forest Row, East Sussex, RH18 5JA
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