Therapies for learning, behavioural or emotional issues

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Case study – Behind in his work

R’s frustration at not being able to do school tasks often resulted in him slamming out of classrooms and getting into trouble with his behaviour. He needed instructions broken down into small steps otherwise he was easily confused. Although he enjoyed and was good at Maths, R struggled with spelling and written tasks and was prone to bouts of depression. He had also developed some facial tics which were putting him under the spotlight with his peers. The key findings from his diagnostic assessment showed a homolateral pattern of movement, dysdiadochokinesia (difficulty with rapid alternate movements), two residual primitive reflexes and mildly under-developed postural reflexes. For his treatment programme, R was given an INPP exercise which worked on his vestibular system, to aid sensory ...

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