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Building Blocks - Foundations for Optimal Growth & Development. (1) The Pri...
Thu. 4 May 2017, 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm AEST
As a parent, teacher or educator you have watched children grow and develop before your eyes. Seeing them improve their skills, attain new skills and then be able to put things together and see the world with new, more mature eyes every day is a wondrous sight.
The first 3 years of life are the most exciting and eventful. They are the years of explosive brain development through learning from and engaging with our sensory world.
Whether you have/work with little ones under 3 or bigger children, understanding the foundation for brain development is essential to better understand how the brain works as children age.
In this first seminar, one of a two part series, you will learn about the primitive stages of life of the first three years.
- Understand how the brain organises itself
- How the brain brings information in to stimulate growth and how to optimise it
- How to understand the movement patterns of babies and the way they may be reflected in older children & what that means
- Learn about the challenges faced with today’s iGeneration children & how we can support them through this first 3 years
Join Dr Jacey Pryjma Chiropractor & director of Australian Children’s Chiropractic Centre and Rachelle Day – Occupational Therapist & owner of Happy Dots Occupational Therapy For Children for a two hour event that will help you walk away with-
- Great understanding of the brain/body relationship
- Understanding of different areas of the brain and what they do
- Be able to identify primitive movement patterns (primitive reflexes) in babies and older children
- Learn how to optimise communication and connection within the first 3 years of life.
This event is on Thursday 4th May 2017
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