Introduction to INPP

The INPP Method is based on over 40-years pioneering research investigating and helping children to resolve physical factors underlying learning and behavioural problems. It is a completely drug-free and non-invasive programme using tailored daily physical exercises to help a child succeed. INPP’s proven track record demonstrates how the method can help children to overcome difficulties associated with:

  • Writing
  • Reading
  • Educational underachievement
  • Attention
  • Dyslexia
  • Developmental Coordination Disorder (Dyspraxia)
  • Poor co-ordination, including clumsiness and balance related problems
  • Behavioural problems such as bed wetting and poor concentration
  • Panic disorder in adults (when balance related issues are present)

The INPP method provides assessment and intervention in the form of a daily movement programme, which is carried out at home under parental supervision to improve the physical foundations for learning.  Progress is assessed at 6 – 8 weekly intervals.

INPP also  offers training for professionals to provide health practitioners and clinicians with the necessary skills to identify signs of neuromotor immaturity in children presenting with a range of specific learning difficulties and behavioural problems. The one day course for teachers provides both a screening and intervention programme which can be used in schools as a class based activity.  These screening protocols and intervention programmes are being used successfully worldwide.