Easily distracted / Fidgeting / Can't Sit Still
Reading / Spelling / Handwriting
These traits, and many more, are all linked, in part, to a weakness in the muscles around the eyes. The programme exercises work to correct this weakness. The result is a dramatic improvement in these and other areas.
Can’t get to sleep
Speech & language difficulties
Frustration / Anxiety / Aggressive behaviour
Balance / Co-ordination
Sensory Processing - Hearing
Do you have to say to your child, “Look at me when I’m talking to you!!!”? It can be very difficult for them to do this as you are asking them to look (visual sense) and listen (auditory sense) at the same time. If these two senses are not communicating efficiently then it is almost impossible to look at someone and understand what they are saying.
Many individuals also experience discomfort when they hear loud noises such as hand dryers or when they walk into a crowd of people. The frequency of their hearing may be set to high making them over sensitive to noise. Amazingly the sound of a bean bag landing in the hand in timing and rhythm regulates the auditory system to eliminate the problem.
Sensory Processing - Taste / Texture / Smell
Sensory Processing - Touch
This reaction is due to two of the sensors in the skin being switched the wrong way around. So the deep impact pain signal is sent to the brain when you lightly brush against them and a light touch signal is sent when they fall or bang into something…
…The sense of touch is our sense of feeling and is directly linked to our emotions. Therefore, if the skin sensors are round the wrong way then the emotion are round the wrong way too – please refer to the section on empathy below.
Lack of empathy
Alternatively, they may be over empathetic and get very upset over everything.
Neither state of mind is easy to negotiate but by regulating the sensors in the physical skin, through the various elements of the exercises the emotional state ‘normalises’ to make reading life situations easier.