How do we stimulate our babies without overstimulating them? How will we know the signs? Read here to find out more.
Reflexes are natural uncontrolled movements present in our bodies. Some are present in infants, but should be integrated at a certain age to prevent negatively influencing our everyday activities and movements. Click on the link below to read more about reflexes and the effects they can have on our every day lives.
The interoceptive sensory system is one that is not often spoken about, but has a big impact on the functioning of our children every day. Examples of this include potty training difficulties and bed wetting. Click on the link below to read more about this system and the difficulties associated with it.
The proprioceptive system is an important sensory system that we all use, yet it is not yet known by everyone. It helps us get an idea of where our bodies are in space, allowing us to perform gross motor skills. Click on the link below to read more about this system and the effect t has on your child.
The visual system plays an important role in how we interpret our environment. Difficulties with this system are not just linked to visual acuity, but also involves the child's ability to take in visual information without feeling overwhelmed. Click on the link below to read more about the visual system.
There are many ways we communicate with our infants - we speak to them, we play peek-a-boo, and we give them loves and tickles. These are all important for their early development; but one method that does not get enough credit is the use of physical touch. Click on the article below to read about its importance in our children's lives.