Co-ordination and balance

difficulty riding a bike

Difficulty riding a bike

Poor co-ordination and balance affect learning and confidence. 

 Co-ordination difficulties can affect gross motor movements and fine motor movements. This can influence the ability to move accurately, safely and efficiently for everyday actions. Many children with co-ordination issues find self-care difficult so that activities such as dressing or cleaning teeth can cause problems. Other aspects, such as motor planning, balance, proprioception and hand control are also often involved. Children avoid placing themselves in situations where they are challenged for fear of failure and this restricts their experiences.

Your child can be helped through infant reflex integration using the Brainchild Developmental Program.

Autistic Spectrum, Kabuki Syndrome, Spina Bifida, SLD
"Everyone was amazed how well Mary coped…." A Brainchild group member R & I found the Brain Child Programme interesting[...]
Asperger’s Syndrome
We have now had 5 sessions and very quickly E stopped constantly clicking his fingers, and picking, shredding with his fingers…great!
Home educated
J is home educated. He was 9 years old when he joined a group for BrainChild sessions.
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.
ADHD, Dyslexia, Learning & Behaviour
Changes noted of this 12 year old boy. ‘Tantrums’ and refusals had been frequent and severe. R has coped with secondary school much better than I hoped.
Autistic Spectrum Disorder, CPLD
Jack’s communication has improved significantly. A group member…. We especially liked the programme as it is very interactive and includes[...]
9 year old with a Genetic Disorder, Noonan Syndrome
I've a house full of children and S is really blooming (this time last year all he could do was[...]
Autistic Spectrum Disorder
I just wish it was available to every child. Amy wrote this about her son, J, who has a diagnosis[...]

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