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One Day Course in Assessing Neuromotor Readiness for Learning on Friday 17th January 2013

A recent survey of 265 Key Stage 1 children from 4 schools in the Midlands, using the INPP Screening Test and School Intervention programme, has confirmed a link between neuromotor immaturity(NMI) and lower educational performance. The researcher also investigated the relationship between ability grouping in each school and signs of NMI.  The results revealed that Read More

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Letters in todays Daily Telegraph and I-Independent regarding Baroness Morgans Comments that children should start schooling at 2

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/letters/10428556/Children-aged-two-need-to-develop-through-play-and-not-begin-schooling.html

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Inner ear dysfunction may contribute to symptoms of ADHD

Inner ear dysfunction may contribute to symptoms of ADHD Story source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-23972137 Recent News A new study (2013) has suggested that inner-ear problems could be a cause of hyperactive behaviour. A study on mice, published in Science, said such problems caused changes in the brain that led to hyperactivity.  Although no causal link has been Read More

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INPP One Day Course to Accompany Assessing Neuromotor Readiness for Learning

New Date arranged for One Day Course to accompany Assessing Neuromotor Readiness for Learning – INPP School’s Programme Date: Friday 20th September 2013 BOOKINGS NOW BEING TAKEN FOR PLACES ON THIS COURSE!

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Male Fertility Treatment increases intellectual impairment and autism in children -latest study

Read the latest article from Science Correspondent, Richard Gray for the Daily Telegraph on how ‘Male Ffertility treatment increases intellectual impairment and autism in children’ – Comment by Sally Goddard Blythe, Director of INPP Ltd http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/10155825/Male-fertility-treatment-increases-risk-of-intellectual-impairment-and-autism-in-children.html?fb

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