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  • Handle  The HANDLE Institute provides an effective, non-drug alternative for identifying and treating most neurodevelopmental disorders across the lifespan including Autism, ADD, ADHD, Dyslexia and Tourette’s Syndrome. HANDLE includes principles and perspectives from medicine, rehabilitation, psychology, education and nutrition. It is founded on an interactive, developmental model of human functioning.
  • Sensory Disorder Processing Network  Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) is a complex disorder that affects developing children. Children with SPD misinterpret everyday sensory information, such as touch, sound, and movement. Depending on which type of SPD a child has, he may feel as if he is overwhelmed with information, he may seek out intense sensory experiences, or he might have other symptoms. This can lead to behavioral problems, difficulties with coordination, and other issues. Effective treatment is available, but far too many children with SPD are misdiagnosed and not properly treated.
  • Brain Gym  Worldwide network dedicated to enhancing living and learning through the science of movement.
  • Tomatis Auditory Integration  Good learners are good listeners. In the attached pages, we will explore why. You will see why many learning disabilities are in fact listening disabilities. The good news is that we can tune up your ears, so that you can attain your full learning potential.
  • Listenting Programme  Music-based auditory stimulation method- Annie MacDonald is a certified Listening Programme Provider.
  • Institute for Neuro-physiological psychology (Scotland)  The work of INPP (Scotland) reflects this in our emphasis on movement as a therapeutic tool in addressing underlying physical factors that limit educational, social, emotional and physical progress.
  • Sensory Integration Network  Sensory experiences include touch, movement, body position,vision,smell,taste, sound and the pull of gravity. The process of the brain organising and interpreting this information is called sensory integration. Sensory integration provides a crucial foundation for later, more complex learning and behaviour.
  • Nordoff Robbins  Music therapy Everyone can respond to music, no matter how ill or disabled. The unique qualities of music as therapy can enhance communication, support change, and enable people to live more resourcefully and creatively.