NeuroAbilitation is a method of all systems that are involved in creating and recreating neurological BLUEPRINT which can expedite the Brain and Body learning, healing, recalibration process, thus for children/individuals reducing the impact of neurological conditions such as developmental delays, ‘clumsiness’, dyspraxia, cerebral palsy, autism, and chromosomal abnormalities and for adults it recalibrates default patterns such as chronic pain, spinal distortions, trauma stored in the body and faulty brain maps.
NeuroAbilitation techniques facilitate learning by identifying the skill base in motor, speech and play, and the skill repertoire of the child/individual.
Baby and Toddler Milestones Coaching
ADHD, Autism, Cerebral Palsy Protocols
Developmental Delays Protocol
Speech and Auditory Protocols
Back and Leg Pain Recovery Protocol
Stroke and Mobility Protocol
Auditory and Tinnitus Protocol
On-call consulting for Childcare Centres and Early Childhood Teachers
Programming and differentiation support
We are based in the South West of Western Australia and on the the internet.
Our destination recovery retreats and residential services can be conducted in the clients’ family home or our clients can come and stay with us in Bridgetown Western Australia.
Our online coaching is a preferred option for interstate and overseas families.
Our protocols are individually priced.
We will consider individual circumstances when requested.
Contact us about using your NDIS funding in Australia.
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Motor development is a skills, aptitudes, and performance platform where the individual is inclined to plan, compute, and execute his
or her motor skills. All movements from walking to talking are part of the
motor repertoire of a human being, thus mediated by the motor system and these
skills help us to interact with our environment, express ourselves in
functional and artistic ways.
A motor delay may also occur when an individual is “stuck in a motor planning base”. In fact, the two major problems I see with motor issues is the ability to shift motor planning phases and/or motor development stages.
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