Right now, you are desperate to find REAL solutions to your child and students’ sensory issues, behavior setbacks, emotional outbursts and learning delays.
- You feel OVERWHELMED with not knowing where to start or the best method to help.
- You are EXHAUSTED or even feel HOPELESS trying to find the missing piece in your child and students’ development and overall learning growth.
- You are SICK and TIRED of it still not being ENOUGH.
- You are frustrated with EXPENSIVE programs that are only helping your child and students make SMALL strides.
- You feel there are still GAPS and something is MISSING.
You find yourself thinking…
“No matter what I try, it’s not enough”
“I’m not seeing the changes I want to see”
“I don’t have enough time in my sessions to do it all”
“I’m letting my child or students down and I’m letting myself down”
“I see the potential, but I can’t find the connecting pieces”
“Am I cut out for this?”
“Is it even possible for my child or student to progress any more than they already have?”
YOUR STRATAGY ISN’T WORKING AND SOMETHING NEEDS TO CHANGE
Building the RIGHT foundation to fill those gaps takes work and trying to figure it out alone will leave you feeling TIRED, EXHAUSTED, LOST, FRUSTRATED and HOPELESS
There is an EASIER way to bridge those gaps, fill the missing holes and strengthen your child or students’ overall foundation…
We’ve developed a complete program that allows you to do WAY more with LESS complicated strategies. The core of that system is integrating Retained Primitive Reflexes.
Listen, I know you are probably already working on other strategies and methods to help your child and students’ growth. Movement. Music. Therapy. And yes, even Medication.
BUT, GUESS WHAT?
Those strategies will only get you so far if your child or students’ primitive reflexes are still retained. If the foundation is weak, the child cannot learn.
WE MUST INTEGRATE RETAINED PRIMITIVE REFLEXES!
NO MATTER HOW HARD WE TRY, MY CHILD CAN’T LEARN
65% to 70% of all my students have one or multiple retained primitive reflexes preventing them from higher learning.
FIND OUT WHAT IS REALLY BEHIND ATTENTION & FOCUS ISSUES?
75% of children with learning disabilities have a retained STNR reflex. Most have or display ADHD symptoms.
SOLVE THE MYSTERY BEHIND W-SITTING,TOE WALKING AND BEDWETTING AFTER AGE 5
Kids who struggle with W-sitting, toe walking and bedwetting could have a retained TLR, Spinal Galant or STNR reflex.
REWIRE YOUR CHILD’S BRAIN AND ANCHOR LEARNING THROUGH KINESTHETIC MOVEMENT EXERCISES
Gain the skills necessary to get your child or student on the right track toward academic success. Our easy to follow workshop shows you how to watch for signs of retained primitive reflexes, how to test for them, and the exercises you can do to get the lower levels of the brain working so higher learning concepts become automatic.
A PEEK INTO WHAT INTEGRATE WITH SUCCESS HAS TO OFFER
HERE’S WHAT’S INCLUDED IN THE INTEGRATE WITH SUCCESS PROGRAM:
“The explanations were parent-friendly and the exercises are helpful without being overwhelming. It was easy to integrate exercises into practice and for parents to provide carryover. For most of my clients, the exercises were doable and they felt a sense of success by the end.”
“I’ve been doing reflex integration with Ella for many years, but I really liked how you work on one reflex at a time versus many together. I feel that isolation is key in combination with the movement center. The detailed info about each reflex, plus the cause/effects towards learning and behaviors. The videos were an awesome visual to refine the exercises! I have recommended [the course] to many who know the importance of reflexes! This foundation is key! I have told anyone who wanted to listen. The reflexes course confirmed the many hallenges I see within Ella in regards to her learning and behaviors. I know it’s hard work, but I’m slowly seeing the benefits of consistency and repetition. The manual was very user friendly and easy to use so it didn’t feel overwhelming. Plus the added videos in explaining each exercise was very helpful.”
“[With the program], I see less fight and flight behavior. More self-regulation. That’s first and foremost. I see better attention and the ability to focus. Her motor skills improved. We have a long way to go, but the things that would inhibit us before from being able to do them, which were regulatory behavior, avoidance behaviors or impulse control…those things are calming. Her nervous system is calming. Her confidence too. We saw some pretty severe avoidance behavior and self-esteem issues last year that now, she can talk through them and work through them. Her system is now overall being able to cope and deal with life.”
“I didn’t miss any days [with the program]. We did exactly what was expected of us. Anything that’s worth fighting for, you’re going to put hard work in. We were doing all these therapies and we were doing all the things we were supposed to do, but I felt we were missing something. And it really was this [program]. This is what was the missing piece. We tested for all of them. We knew he had all of them. We started out slow because he wasn’t able to move on his own. We still do the movements now, but it’s very meditative. It calms him. So if he has a moment where he might be off, he’ll actually go on his back and start doing some Moro or he’ll do some ATNR. He’ll start initiating it on his own. I was looking for something with fluidity. Something that flowed because when he does it, you would just see all the tension release. It’s pretty amazing.”
Results like these are ONLY possible for participants enrolled in the Integrate with Success program. You simply won’t get results like these by “trying to figure it out” on your own.
Integrating retained Primitive Reflexes is HARD. These participants (including myself) have been EXACTLY where you are now and have made it to the other side, so DO NOT waste time trying to re-invent the wheel.
The Integrate with Success program will teach you exactly how to test and integrate retained Primitive Reflexes, create a positive routine and build the child’s self-confidence…I’ll be helping you every step of the way.
You can do all this and more with your child or students’ development, emotional growth and their learning potential.
…so choose your plan NOW.
LEARN FROM A PROFESSIONAL WHO HAS ALSO BEEN IN YOUR SHOES
Hi I’m Alene. More than 25 years ago I found myself on the path to help many students find the missing pieces in their academic journey. For the longest time, I couldn’t figure out how to close the gaps. The kids were getting harder and harder. How could I possibly teach a child to read and write if they were constantly walking around the room, rocking back and forth in their chair or lying on my desk?
I soon realized the connection between retained primitive reflexes and the brain. The students simply couldn’t develop higher functioning skills (language, reading, problem solving, reasoning and critical thinking) because the lower areas of their brain, which control automatic movement, emotions and survival impulses had broken down. Hence, learning started to fail.
After testing for retained primitive reflexes, 65-70% of our students had one or multiple retained reflexes, and this wasn’t just for students with learning disabilities. We are talking about typical everyday kids that are often “forgotten” in the classroom, but continue to struggle academically.
As we started working on the six most fundamental and basic retained primitive reflexes, parents began to notice an “awakening” with their kids and improvement in the classroom.
Their child would no longer lie on their desk, they could copy notes from the chalkboard, sensory issues calmed down, they interacted with the teacher and with their peers, and attention improved dramatically. Although retained primitive reflexes are just one piece to the academic puzzle, it’s a huge piece!
The sad truth is, most parents, therapists and educators don’t know about primitive reflexes or how to test for them. That is why I created a simple and easy-to- use guide just for you! This course will show you the methods we have used with students to reach the best results possible and provide additional worksheets and tools to track the child’s progress.
Remember, even if your child is seeing a professional or therapist, they cannot do it alone. They need your help! Kids typically only see professionals 2 to 3 times a week, which doesn’t provide enough time to work on these reflexes. By helping at home, you can integrate the reflexes faster and more efficiently so your therapist can help your child advance to higher levels.
If you are a therapist or professional that was like me and just can’t find the mystery to your students’ lack of improvement, this course is also for you. It can open a whole new area of progress for your students.
Now is the time to integrate these reflexes so you can bridge the gaps and ensure your child or student reaches their full academic potential.
What if I don’t know if my child or students have retained reflexes? Will this course still help?
Yes, absolutely! This course will provide you with testings for the six basic reflexes. You will test the child for each to determined which ones they have or have not retained and then you will work on the exercises based on the ones they have retained. To know for sure if they have retained any of the reflexes, you will need to complete the test for each reflex. If the child passes one or more of the tests for each reflex, you can skip those reflexes and work on the ones they have retained.
How much time do you think it will take to integrate the reflexes?
This is the question I seem to get the most. Everyone wants to know how quickly the reflexes integrate. And the answer is I just don’t know. Every child is very unique and different. There are also kids who have mild retention and others who have severe or extreme retention. You could be working on the reflexes anywhere from a few weeks to several months or even a year or more. So again, if you are not 100% committed to this process because of the long game, then this program is not for you. We all have things that come up. I completely get it. Lives are busy. Medical issues happen, school gets in the way, juggling work or your practice can be really tricky. But if you make that commitment, carve out the time and follow our fast track program, it’s going to cut out all the additional research and work you would have to do if you were doing it by yourself and it will get you on the right track to getting the most successful results as quickly as the child’s body and brain is ready. You need to slow down in order to speed up. Let me say that again…You need to slow down to speed up when it comes to integrating the reflexes. The results are incredible once you actually implement what you’ve learned.
How much time do you expect the course to take?
The course from beginning to end is approximately three hours long. However, I will tell you right now it’s going to take you a lot longer than three hours. Because the course is a “follow at your own pace,” you will probably watch it in segments and you will need to work on certain reflexes before moving on to the others. You can go back at any time and re-watch the videos up until your year mark when the course expires. I would say you could probably complete one or two modules per week. But you will still need to do all the testing before working on the exercises so it’s going to take you some time and dedication.
Is this course only for therapists?
No! This course is for both parents and professionals. No matter if you are a parent or professional, if you feel your child has retained reflexes this course is for you and I’ll tell you why. First, if you are a therapist or professional, this may be a direction you have never tried before or it may be something you’ve always wanted to implement into your school or practice. You may see several kids on a daily basis who really struggle and need your help. If you see gaps and missing pieces, this course is going to help you make your sessions more productive and influential for those kids. If you are a parent, you may or may not have a professional you are working with. If you do not have a therapist or teacher and you are doing it on your own, don’t let any of this intimidate or overwhelm you. The course is set-up with a step-by-step process of how to test and integrated. We have made the process as simple and easy to follow as possible so you don’t get frustrated. And remember, you have access to our Facebook community group with tons of professionals that can give you advice and recommendations. Not to mention our own staff and Occupational Therapist coaches that can assist. If you are a parent who has a child working with a therapist or professional, this course is absolutely for you too. I would not depend on your therapist to do all the work in your child’s sessions. I can just see all the therapists watching this right now shaking their heads with me in agreement right now. They need your help! They have such limited time in their sessions, they cannot do this on their own. They may only have 1 hour 2-3 times a week if they are lucky and it’s simply not enough time to make very much progress. If you do this alongside your therapist, I promise you will see greater results much faster.
How consistent do I need to be with this course?
Like we mentioned above, you have to be 100% consistent every week. We recommend doing the exercises at least 3-5 times a week depending on the reflex. The only exception is the Fear Paralysis reflex, which we talk about in the course. That reflex should only be worked on 1 to 2 times a week so we don’t overactive it. I would work on the exercises for at least 15 minutes, but 20 minutes is ideal if the child can handle it. Remember, the child MUST do the exercises slowly and purposefully. Too many kids want to rush through it and you will not see the benefit of the exercises if they do the exercises too quickly or sloppy. I often say slow like a turtle. The slower the better.
Will this program take me step by step through reflex integration?
Yes, like I mentioned above, the program will take you step-by-step through the process and what is recommended for each reflex. One thing to keep in mind is that each reflex needs to be integrated one at a time and in the right order. Why is this important? Think of a pyramid or an onion. We have to build one on top of the other in layers. When one layer is stabilized and strong, then we move on to the next and then the next till we build these kids up to a higher functioning platform.
Can I use a therapist to help me?
Yes! We absolutely recommend this for several reasons. First, like we talked about before, both you and therapists or professionals need help doing these exercises at home and in the child’s sessions. It’s good to help each other out to make more progress. Secondly, you want to keep everything transparent with your therapist. You will want to have full disclosure of what you are working on at home and show them the benefits you believe this will have on your child. Under the direction of the therapist, they can also provide you with some good feedback and assistance.
Can I show parents the exercises so they can help me?
Yes, if you sign-up now, you will receive the master parent index card guide that you can print and send home with parents so they can work on the reflexes at home. Their cooperation and assistance with the exercises at home is going to be key. They can post the exercises on their wall when they are doing them at home or you can show them when they come for their sessions.
Can I record the exercises for parents?
Yes, we realize that some parents need a visual to see exactly how the exercises should be done. As long as you are videoing yourself and you are not posting the information online or reproducing any of the information, you can provide videos to parents of the exercises. You can send them to their personal email or provide them through dropbox or another method of your choice. Our goal is to help your efforts and to help these kids get the right help they need. However, the videos within the platform cannot be shared, copied or sent to other parents. You will have to record yourself doing the exercises and share them with parents.
Is there a parent portal or parent handbook to give for exercises at home?
At this time, there is no special parent portal when you sign-up for the course. If parents are interested, you can provide them with the link to the course and they can purchase it on their own so they can have access to the videos. The parent bonus included if you sign-up now is what you can provide to the parents.
Will I need special equipment?
The beauty of this course absolutely no equipment is needed. The child uses their own body to complete the movements for integration. You will need a quite space with plenty of room for the child to move, but there are no other tools needed. The only piece of equipment I would recommend if you don’t have it already, is a soft exercise mat if you don’t have carpet in your home or practice.
What if the year access is gone before I get through the program?
As long as you make sure to download the handbook under Module 3 and all the printed materials, you should have everything you need after your year mark has expired. Only access to the videos goes away. All the other materials are yours to keep forever. The handbook provides you with the testing and exercises for the reflexes.
Are there any tracking sheets included?
Yes, there are tracking sheets to help you when you are testing the child and for tracking their progress while working on the reflexes. The tracking worksheets allow you to monitor their progress and to see how they are advancing through the program.
Where do I get a copy of the handbook?
I get this question a lot. When you first sign-up for the course, remember, you have access to all the materials. It is very tempting to go straight into the testings and skip over all the introductions and modules prior to integration. I highly caution you to start at the beginning. There is a lot of information you need to know before you get started. It’s going to eliminate any confusion and help you to follow the right steps for proper integration. We discuss our recommendations, safety guidelines and signs and symptoms. That being said, the handbook is located under module 3. Many people tend to skip this module and then ask me later where the materials are in the course. If you want, when you first login, go to this section first and make sure you download all the information so you have it for your files. Then I recommend going back to the beginning and starting first with the introduction.
How will I know how long and how many times to do the exercises?
After you have tested the child for retained primitive reflexes and you know which ones are retained, then you can begin working on the exercises. Follow the order recommended in the course and only work on one at a time. Remember, we are layering the reflexes. As we said earlier, you will want to do the exercise 3-5 times a week if possible with the exception of the Fear Paralysis. I don’t know how long it will take to integrate each reflex because each child is so different. However, when you see the child has mastered the exercise and they can do it slow, purposefully and efficiently or exactly as described in the course, then you will want to go back and re-test the child (using the same tests). As you are doing the test, if the child flinches at all or has any irregular movements, that means it is still retained and you have to keep working on it. If they pass the re-test with flying colors then you can move on to the next reflex.
Are there CEU credits for this course?
We do not offer official CEU credit for this course with any organization. However, we do know you need something to show completion of the course. We do provide a certificate of completion to all participants so you can obtain the credit you need for your continuing education. All you need to do is send us an email with your name, title and any other requirements you need to get credit and we will send you a copy. The course is approximately three hours from beginning to end so it would be worth three credit hours.
What age group are these exercises for?
This course is specifically for kids and adults three years of age and older. You can work on these exercises with a 21-year-old if you wanted or a 60-year-old. The exercises and tests are the same for anyone of all ages. Now I realize that many of you work with infants or toddlers. If you have an infant or toddler with retained reflexes, this course is not for you. The reason being is that the child is too young to complete the movements. You will have to wait until they have reached age 3 before working on them. If you are someone who needs help with an infant or toddler immediately, please send us a message and we can provide some assistance.
Where do I go if I have questions?
If you have a question or need more help with the reflexes, our Facebook group is where you want to go first. We have a great community with several therapists and professionals who have already gone through the program and who have been doing this for years. They have great advice and can point anyone in the right direction. You can also reach out to us anytime through email or the Facebook community and we will be there to assist you through the process. We have an amazing Occupational Therapist who works for us and is trained in retained reflexes and who has worked with kids for years. They are also familiar and trained in our methods and the program we have created. They will answer your questions and help you through the process.
How can I cancel my account?
If you would like to cancel your account before your one-year expiration date, please contact our customer service department at firstname.lastname@example.org so they can assist. If you are requesting a refund, please review our refund policy below.
What is your refund policy?
We have a Zero Risk refund policy. You have 15 Days to try out the program, do the testing and begin integration. If you can honestly say this program did not add any value to your child or students then simply contact our customer service department and we will issue you a prompt and courteous refund. However, you do need to complete all the assignments to qualify for a refund. You will not get a refund simply because you choose not to do the work. Please do not join this program if you aren’t committed to doing the work. Refund transaction fees will apply.