Research now strongly links brain-based learning disorders such as Asperger’s, Hemispheric imbalances, Hyperactive and Speech Disorders, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia, ADD, ADHD, ASD, SPD and immune problems to the retention of primitive reflexes, sequential ‘in-built’ foundational baby movements. This means the child's brain organisation and nervous system does not progress and develop as it should and is not wired up as it is programmed to be. As a result, core foundational skills necessary to learn and behave in the classroom are not very well
The good news is that the brain is plastic, and it learns through experience and interactions with the environment. With the correct stimulation and repeated sensory experience, the brain can change and adapt. The Brain Bloom Room REWIRE programme does exactly this starting with primitive reflex integration, sequentially re-laying the foundations for brain development. This is the first step to encourage the growth of new brain networks, re-organising and rewiring the brain for learning & experiencing life. Next, we move on to integrate the hemispheres through sensory and sensory-motor experience.