Tag: retained primitive reflexes


PRIMITIVE REFLEXES: How Retained Primitive Reflexes are Holding My Child Back in Learning and Motor Development Primitive Reflexes

How Retained Primitive Reflexes are Holding My Child Back in Learning and Motor Development This article provides information about retained Primitive Reflexes and how parents, teachers and therapists can help their child with these issues. When I use the term “retained Primitive Reflexes,” I might as well be speaking a foreign language for many of you. Most parents, teachers and even some therapists have never...

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MYTHS: The Myths about Retained Primitive Reflexes that could be Holding Your Child Back in their Learning and Motor Development Primitive Reflexes

The Myths about Retained Primitive Reflexes that could be Holding Your Child Back in their Learning and Motor Development This article provides information about myths regarding retained Primitive Reflexes and how parents, teachers and therapists can help their child with these issues. Because retained Primitive Reflexes can be confusing and often misunderstood, there are several myths out there that many parents and teachers overlook when...

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RED FLAGS: Are these Warning Signs and Red Flags Telling Me My Child may have a Retained Primitive Reflex Delaying their Learning Development? Primitive Reflexes

Are these Warning Signs and Red Flags Telling Me My Child may have a Retained Primitive Reflex Delaying their Learning Development? This article provides parents, teachers and therapists with warning signs and red flags to watch for if you suspect your child has a retained Primitive Reflex hindering their learning and academic development. What most parents and teachers don’t realize is a child could have...

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Wrapped Legs Around Chair? A Sign of Weak Core Muscle that Causes Reading and Writing Delays Primitive Reflexes

Wrapped Legs Around Chair? A Sign of Weak Core Muscle that Causes Reading and Writing Delays This article provides helpful information if your child wraps their legs around their chair due to weak core muscle or a retained STNR reflex. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. It’s not uncommon to find kids fidgeting in their chair, swinging their legs or bouncing their feet to...

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