Elevating KIDS is a sensory development ONLINE program.
WHAT WE'RE ALL ABOUT
...a comprehensive program that teaches YOU, THE PARENT, to do SENSORY INTEGRATION THERAPY with your child AT HOME, without having to go to expensive therapists. Sensory integration therapy addresses a plethora of sensory challenges by helping the brain and body work together harmoniously.
Elevating KIDS is a program designed to give parents all the tools necessary in ONE, easy-to-use location, without feeling overwhelmed or unsure of what to do next.
Sensory integration therapy is very comprehensive with many moving parts: primitive reflexes, postural reflexes, sensory systems, side dominance, etc! We've divided the therapy into different courses so you can pick and choose what your child needs.
Each course is also broken down into small, manageable parts that allow you to focus on one skill or task at a time.
And to add one more thing...Elevating KIDS is more than just Sensory Integration Therapy. We offer a WHOLE-ISTIC approach to helping your child heal—and our courses reflect that.
Elevating KIDS is for you if...
Elevating KIDS might not be for you if...
We get it. This style might not mesh with you. Many people would rather take their child to someone who can do the therapy for them & that's okay. BUT... if you want to see if Elevating KIDS could be a possibility for your child, try it on for size by taking our free Sensory Development Mini Course. Your child might respond to you better than you think.
“Dr. Aaron is very thorough and caught things that other doctors had missed with our son. His Elevating KIDS program was definitely worth the weekly trips into Columbia. He helped our son really improve upon his sensory deficits. Thank you!
*Alex D. started primitive reflex therapy when he was 6 years old. At the time, he did not feel confident and struggled communicating and playing with other children and adults. In public, he would cling to his mother and not leave her side. When asked to do some tasks, he would shut down with great difficulty in recovering. Functioning in public was very difficult for him. Alex had several retained reflexes with severe to moderate responses.
After 3 months of primitive reflex therapy, his parents started to see great changes in his ability to work through hard circumstances. His ability to play with friends improved greatly—he was even able to go to a birthday party without his parents there, which had never happened before. He became more independent in his play and would be able to be outside for large periods of time without using the crutch of needing one of his parents to be with him constantly. He was able to be in public without needing to hold on to his mother every moment.
1 in 6 children is said to have a sensory processing challenge.