Importance of Balance & Sensory Integration Skills Development in Children

Balance is a multi-sensory activity. Our “sense” of balance, from the time of our embryonic development through full-fledged adulthood, is based on the proper functioning of the vestibular system in close conjunction with our visual, motor skills and positioning (proprioceptive) systems. Body position, muscular-skeletal control, tactile feedback, motor coordination and visual processing inputs all combine…

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Developmental Dyslexia and the Cerebellum (Cerebellar Theory)

Dyslexia is a learning disorder that manifests itself as a difficulty with reading, spelling and in some cases mathematics. It is separate and distinct from reading difficulties resulting from other causes, such as a non-neurological deficiency with vision or hearing, or from poor or inadequate reading instruction. It is estimated that dyslexia affects between 5%…

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Neural Transmission – Brain Processing Efficiency With Learning Breakthrough

Seminar descriptions of neurophysiology work of William Calvin and the multiplicity effect of neural entrainment. This video shows seminar descriptions of the neurophysiology work of William Calvin and the multiplicity effect of neural entrainment. The more difficult a task, the more neurons are enrolled to perform it at higher and higher levels of efficiency. Calvin…

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