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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Is Your Child’s Brain Lacking Nutrients? Learn How Nutrient Deficiency Can Impact Learning & Behaviour

Nutritional deficiencies are often overlooked when addressing the causes and treatment of childhood disorders like dyslexia, ADHD and other brain disorders. The idea that certain key vitamins, minerals or fats could wreak such havoc on your child may seem preposterous. Yet extensive research over the last several decades has revealed irrefutable research that certain nutrients…

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Integrated Listening Systems Therapy for ADHD, Autism Spectrum and Improved Learning

iLs is a brain stimulation intervention that is based on the fact that we can change our brain – we can essentially re-wire it through specific and repeated stimulation, a concept known as neuroplasticity. As in building strength and endurance with physical exercise, we are able to build neurological pathways and synaptic activity at any…

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Improve Learning with Integrated Listening Systems

Often, our educational interventions are putting a roof on a weak foundation.  The acquisition of reading, writing, math and other academic skills is dependent upon a normally-developed nervous system. Communication between the brain’s two hemispheres and integration of sensory input from the eyes, ears and motor systems must be intact for adequate response to intervention…

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