Aggressive/Hostile Behaviour

The Brainchild Developmental Program can show you how to help your child stop aggressive behaviour.

Aggressive behaviour can show in a variety of forms. It often relates to frustration due to delayed language development or immaturity of the brain that is typically related to infant reflex persistence. Many of the families who have followed the Brainchild Developmental Program have previously struggled with restricted lifestyles due to the meltdowns that prevent them from eating out, being invited to parties, visiting places of interest and even being excluded from nurseries and schools. Their relief as they see their child develop the ability to reason, remain calm and be able to enjoy life can be considerable. 

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.
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[...]
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[...]
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[...]
Autistic Spectrum Disorder
I just wish it was available to every child. Amy wrote this about her son, J, who has a diagnosis[...]
Genetic disorder
Co-ordination improvements were the first to be noticed. Fine motor was difficult. She can now use Nintendo controls so well she wins every time.
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[...]
Classic Autism and Complex Learning Difficulties
The BrainChild Programme has provided a very helpful and enjoyable series of sessions that have had very positive effects on our child’s development.

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