Is your child struggling?

Did you know that all aspects of your child's development can be affected by persisting brain function that is present even before birth? This is so fundamental that it can influence a child’s future development in all areas of functioning.

Your child cannot control the problems – they are automatic . These difficulties are different expressions of immature brain function. We can help to release your child from the limitations so that your amazing child can shine through.

Helping you to help your child


Helping the whole brain

Helping the whole brain

The Brainchild Developmental Program- Helping the whole brain

What do we do?

We help you to learn how to help your child to change. We provide their own tailored, lively, learning program that children (and parents) love. The hands-on and active games seem like play.

Why does it work?

It works on the underlying problem, helping your child's brain to mature.

The specific neuro-developmental impact can be profound, releasing your child from their limitations, for good.

Testimonials

Many of our grateful parents want you to know how much their child has improved. We love to hear about their successes. Visit Parent Stories to find out what they have to say.

Read about our work and success stories

Aware of the world – ASD and CPLD (age 10)
   "At first I didn't realize the impact that the infant reflexes have on a child's development and that you can[...]
Major changes – Classic autism with Complex Learning Difficulties – aged 11 years
“There's not much that hasn't improved! Everything is better. There is so much it’s hard to know where to start.” - says Mum
Adult Dyslexia
Quote: You are never too old to be helped by BrainChild An adult's perspective...... Prior to becoming involved with the[...]
Overcoming a difficult start – Cerebral Palsy, Learning Difficulties (Boy aged 7)
This is a true story about a boy aged 7 years old diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy and Learning Difficulties who has benefited from Brainchild.
Buttons, Siblings and Fine Motor skills
Movements such as doing up buttons and tying shoelaces can be influenced by retained primitive reflexes. Working on these helps fine motor skills.
Developmental delays
The quote: When our son was between 2 and 3 we noticed some differences between him and other children of[...]
Increased understanding – Kabuki Syndrome, Spina Bifida & SLD – aged 13 years
"She now has a willingness to have a go"  The program has opened a window to us when we had[...]
Look I can do it! – Asperger’s Syndrome (Boy Aged 7)
Immediately following his participation in a Brainchild group, mum reports: Joan Hunt, the autism specialist, saw him after one year. Her comment was: “What a difference"!