Parenting Talk: Importance of Primitive Reflex Integration for Effective Learning

Who and why do we have Primitive Reflexes? What are the impact on a child’s learning ability if they are unintegrated? Find out more about Grasp Reflex, Tonic Neck Reflex, Step Reflex and Crawl Reflex and Reason why these early and primitive reflexes may not fully integrate in us or in your child.

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We will discuss about the general observations that may indicate the presence of unintegrated reflexes, and recommended general management strategies when dealing with unintegrated reflexes and movement based learning e.g. Rhythmic Movement Training and Brain Gym ®.

There will be ample Q&A time.

Who will benefit?

Grandparents, parents, care givers, day care teachers and anyone who is interested to care for children especially those with special needs.

Facilitators

Ms. May Chuah
Licensed Rhythmic Movement Training Provider
BA in Early Childhood Studies, ECU Australia.
Advanced Dip in Early Childhood Education, CECE.

Ms. Phoebe Long
Licensed Rhythmic Movement Training Provider
Licensed Brain Gym ® Instructor / Consultant
Licensed Double Doodle Play Instructor
Licensed Touch for Health ™ Instructor

Ms. Premalatha Shanmugam
Licensed Rhythmic Movement Training Provider
Dip. Learning Disability and Child Psychology, Linguistic Council
Dip. Of Educational Studies, College of Teachers, UK

Admin Details

Date : 19 May 2012
Time : 10am to 12pm
Fees : RM20 each / Family Package : RM30
Language : English
Venue : Breakthru Enrichment Station
70-2, Block H, Platinum Walk, Taman Danau Kota,
53300 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Contact : Elaine Lim, 03-28587977

Please call to register and reserve a seat. This would help us in managing the space and location for our talk.