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Reflexes, Learning And Behavior: A Window into the Child's Mind : A Non-Invasive Approach to Solving Learning & Behavior Problems [Paperback]

Sally Goddard


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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Necessry information that complements the Tomatis work 10 July 2006
By R. Prada - Published on Amazon.com
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By all means read this book. It gives you information that will deepen your understanding of the nervous system and how it functions when it is a bit off.

This book will interest parents, teachers, professionals who work with people having learning/movement issues. It offers a way to identify patterns that are left over from infancy.

Many high achieving adults will also find their quirks here.

This is not a book of recipes, but it will give you a good starting point.

It is more complex than Brain Gym, but covers similar material.

Roberta Prada

Author of the English version of "The Ear and the Voice' by A. Tomatis, with F. Keeping, and P. Sollier; the English editions of J. Faure: "The Voice and Singing, a practical treatise" with F. Keeping, the orig 1886; owner of two websites: vocalimages.com and voxmentor.com (under construction).
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Occupational Therapist 5 July 2006
By Bernadette Pierson - Published on Amazon.com
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Excellant resource for looking at how prolonged reflexes can affect learning and behavior, also gives a chart for grading a reflex and ways to inhibit it. Great for those working with children, but is beneficial for adults as well.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Help 3 Mar 2008
By Ann Wright - Published on Amazon.com
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As an Educational Therapist and mother of a special needs child I find this book very helpful in understanding the roots of difficulties children have both academically and in their social/physical lives. I have also been able to offer information found in this book to other parents, and direct them to Occupational Therapy resources for remediation of the difficulties their children were experiencing.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars All parents should read this 6 July 2011
By Analytical Father - Published on Amazon.com
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I became interested in this topic because my child's teacher advised that he took occupational therapy to help improve his handwriting. And, expectedly, it did. But I wondered why and this book, recommended by his OC therapist after she saw me gobble up all the materials at her office, had so many of the answers. It's not an easy read, as it gets into the cognitive and anatomical reasons the brain and connected systems work the way they do. In a nutshell, the book explains the connection between early-life reflexes and skill development lasting well into adulthood, not just for children with severe neurological disorders but for everyone. (I for instance now better understand how my vestibular system can be calibrated to help me improve my sense of orientation, which is VERY bad and I just saw it as a given.)
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A must read for parents of kids with retained reflexes! 10 Feb 2011
By ProactiveMom - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is like a bible for retained reflexes. It does an excellent job of showing how each retained reflex impacts the body and then explains the resulting cascade of symptoms that can be seen from each retained reflex. I had been searching for something to tie all of my daughters symptoms together, so instead of a dozen of seperate problems or diagnoses we could have one problem with many symptoms. This would allow me to focus on the best treatment plan for my daughter. This book was it!!! If you are at a loss as to why your child has the behaviors or deficits he or she does, you may be able to read the symptoms under each retained reflex and see if any is a close match for your child. If so you can request to have your child tested for that reflex for confirmation. It is simple, quick and non-invasive to have done. Parents or the child's care giver is a child's best advocate.
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