The Surprising Link Between Crawling, Core Muscles & Reading Difficulties

The Myth of Practice-Makes-Perfect When Sheila came to see me, seeking reading therapy for her son, Kyle, she was skeptical when she learned that reading therapy was not the traditional tutoring she had imagined. It’s normal for parents to think their child just needs more one-on-one practice. For many of us ‘practice-makes-perfect’ is the only…

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Part 3 – Six Ways to Get Better Behaviour this Spring by Lowering Your Child’s Histamine Levels

Are anti-histamines the new Ritalin? If you ask the mom of a boy I was working with last week she would say “yes!” Spring had caused her son to regress; everything was worse from hyperactivity, to tics to aggression. She saw my video on YouTube and tried the antihistamine test and sure enough her son’s…

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