Primitive reflexes are a crucial component of a child's early development. If these reflexes don't integrate properly into the nervous system as a baby and toddler, it can negatively affect a child's sensory, learning & behavioral development, and can contribute to the following:
Primitive Reflex Therapy can put the pieces back together, so behaviors like these are minimized and improved.
...your child has any of the following:
...you want a drug-less solution for your child.
...you're excited to work with your child at home!
...you're a professional wanting to learn more to help the kids & parents you work with.
...you're not excited about working with your child. 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. HOWEVER, feel free to take our FREE introductory Sensory Development Mini Course to try things on for size. We offer 7 FREE testing videos to see if your child even needs the therapy in the first place.
*Braden S., an 8-year-old boy diagnosed with auditory processing challenges, struggled in school with attention difficulties and received accommodations for test taking in school where he would need a separate, quiet area to take his tests. He also struggled with poor physical coordination. His parents did not want to use medication. Braden had several retained reflexes with a moderate to mild severity.
After several months of primitive reflex therapy his attention struggles improved to the point where the testing accommodations were no longer needed and he was fully integrated into his classroom. His parents and coaches also noticed great improvement in his coordination during sports and physical activities. *name changed
BY THE END OF THIS COURSE, YOU'LL BE ABLE TO...
But most importantly, by the end of this course, you will have gone on a journey to find and bring back your child by filling in the spaces in their nervous system that didn’t develop properly in the first place.
Dr. Aaron Cunningham is a pediatric chiropractic physician (ICPA-International Chiropractic Pediatric Association) and is certified in Intersect4Life. He is the founder and owner of Keystone Chiropractic & Sensory Development Center in Columbia, Missouri.
In May 2013, the Elevating KIDS program was announced for individuals with sensory processing challenges, learning disabilities, neurodevelopmental conditions such as ADD/ADHD, and anything along the autism spectrum. Dr. Aaron has been working with kids for 5+ years, helping them reach their full health potential through sensory integration therapy, nutrition & chiropractic.
Nicole Cunningham has a bachelor's degree in Special Education (Mild/Moderate Disabilities) from Brigham Young University and is a huge proponent of using natural options to help kids improve behavior and flourish academically. She is thrilled with the results she has seen in kids that get sensory integration therapy help.
Aaron & Nicole are excited to bring their combined expertise to the Elevating KIDS online program to help parents help their kids AT HOME.
*Eric M., at 4 years old had a hard time controlling his body and would be physically disruptive around his siblings and peers. He struggled with following instructions and always seemed to be in fight or flight mode. He had meltdowns with changes in his routine and struggled with self-control and calming down that were atypical to what was appropriate for his age. Eric’s Moro reflex was severely retained.
After 12 weeks of primitive reflex therapy, Eric improved in his ability to regulate his emotions and remain calm in situations that would previously overwhelm him. Meltdowns were less frequent and of a shorter duration. On his first day at a new school, he was able to independently walk into the classroom and maintain self-control, which was a marked improvement compared to previous experiences. *name changed
Elevating KIDS wants this life-changing therapy to be accessible and affordable to ALL families, to give your child a chance....because your child is worth it.