Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) struggle with:
- Social processing
- Adaptive functioning
- Executive control
All of these symptoms might have a negative impact on a child's ability to learn in school. They have trouble concentrating, listening, and may have issues with being motivated in the classroom.
These difficulties are also present in daily life at home. Because of these day to day difficulties, it is common for negative behavior patterns to emerge.
The difficulty to remain still, fidgeting, and poor focus that characterize Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) may all be traced back to a child's unintegrated Spinal Galant Reflex.
The Spinal Galant Reflex stimulates hip mobility and range of motion development.
In this case we use a combination of:
- Reflex Integration to address the non integrated reflexes described above, more reflexes will be uncovered through the assessment process.
- Hemispheric Integration to work on the weak hemisphere, to address the functional disconnect present
In addition to other cutting-edge techniques to get the best results.