Category Archives for "aggression"

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 no windows open. The small part we have covered is just a beginning. We just needed to know what to work on.” Mum’s list… Just a few of the changes in our daughter: • She has […]

Drop in anxiety levels – Aspergers

‘Our relationship was not in a good place……… now the whole family is much happier. The changes in C have made a big difference to us all. C smiles a lot more now…and I smile a lot more’ – Mum  Viv Hailwood begins this story………. ‘When C (aged 12) arrived for the initial assessment she refused […]

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 get improvements in so many areas of their life by doing the specific exercises. It’s a holistic approach, which is what parents and carers need.” – Mum This boy, aged 10 years, has a diagnosis of […]

Communication increases social interaction – Kabuki Syndrome, SLD and Spina Bifida – aged 13 years

‘The main thing is the mixing with her peers now, not aggravating them. She knows how to mix and has good attention. She is a real comedian and likes a good giggle.’ – Mum Just a few of the changes since Brainchild: • Speech and communication has got better. • At the annual review at school, […]

Autistic Spectrum Disorder

I just wish it was available to every child. Amy wrote this about her son, J, who has a diagnosis of Asperger’s syndrome. He later took part in a grant funded BrainChild Programme, aged 6 years. Background ‘J’ attended Nursery part-time from 7 months old. When ‘J’ was just over 2 years the carers pointed […]

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