POSTPONED - ILSA Presentation on Neuro-Motor for Learning & Interventions
Clare Branch of ILSA
Time: 4 pm to 5:30 pm
Venue: Clare Education Centre
With Aoife Caulfield & Judy Breen, experienced SET teachers based in Co. Clare and members of Institute of Neuro Physiological Psychology
INPP theory, what is neuro-motor immaturity, signs and symptoms of movement disorders in the classroom, primitive reflexes as signposts of maturity in the functioning of the central nervous system, the role of movement in sensory perception and improving attention, balance and coordination, following an intervention case studies and research behind the clinic work, movement and sound therapies, programmes offered to address learning difficulties - generic school programme offered to classroom teachers and individualised private personalised.