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

By: Integrated Learning Strategies

Myth #1: There is no mind/body connection The body and brain are connected, so kids who struggle with balance, coordination, attention, focus, emotions, fine motor skills, reading and handwriting may have retained primitive reflexes.

Myth #2: My child will grow out of retained primitive reflexes The body and brain have developed primitive reflexes due to birth or injury, and without the right intervention, learning and motor development may continue to be impaired.

Myth #3: My child’s diagnosis or symptoms can’t improve We need to "awaken" the brain with movement exercises to help our kids excel.

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