BLOG

A “revolutionary” method for resolving educational under-achievement?

It is heartening to hear individual stories of a child’s progress following an intervention programme, and generous of radio presenter Chris Evans to share his family’s story. However, research into the role of immature reflexes in educational under-achievement is not new. Literature is available from the 1970’s showing a link between immature reflexes and specific Read More

READ MORE

Different Aspects of Multidisciplinary Child and Adult Client Care 16th and 17th May, 202o Bratislava, Slovakia This conference will explore different methods of identifying, assessing and treating a range of neuro-developmental disorders with particular focus on aspects of the INPP method  – recent studies and application. The principle of neuroplasticity – that the brain and Read More

READ MORE

Closing date for applications for the International INPP Practitioner course 2019-2020

There are a limited number of places available for the international  INPP practitioner course  due to start on the 5th November 2019. To request a syllabus and application form contact mail@inpp.org.uk. Closing date for applications for the 2019/2020 course is the 10th October 2019.

READ MORE

Next INPP one day training course for teachers

The next training course in the use of Assessing Neuromotor Readiness for Learning. The INPP Developmental Screening Test and School Intervention Programme will be held on the  17th January 2020 in Chester For further information, or to apply, contact mail@inpp.org.uk  

READ MORE

Readiness for school

To read Sally’s thoughts on potty training before school entry please follow the link: http://sallygoddardblythe.co.uk/children-not-potty-trained-time-school-entry/

READ MORE

◄ Older Blogs