Concerned About Your Child

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KindyROO consultancy may be able to help.

Are you concerned about your baby, toddler, pre-schooler or school aged child’s development? At KindyROO we offer a one-on-one consultancy service that is based on strengthening a child’s neurological development – the  basis for all moving, learning and thinking skills. Utilizing natural movement patterns, the KindyROO neuro developmental program aims to assist your child to establish key foundational brain pathways essential for higher learning skills.

Neuro-developmental Education offers real results for children. It is one of the most significant developments in overcoming learning difficulties and behavioral problems.

What is the neuro-developmental approach?

A KindyROO consultant is trained to identify neurological immaturity, which have an effect on how a child functions, is able to learn and to behave. The program is then individually designed to ameliorate the sensory, motor and perceptual obstacles, which hold a child back from success. Very specific developmental exercises are provided to train the brain to process and manage multi-sensory input, assist the functioning of the motor system and develop perception, which lie at the heart of learning.

Assessment includes the child’s sensory functioning, motor, perceptual and neurological capabilities. It includes evaluation of the child’s visual and auditory capacity and powers of communication. Nutrition and health may also be addressed.

Assessment may take 1 to 3 hours depending on the age of the child. Parents are requested to fill in a Case History form prior to the initial appointment. Both parents are requested to attend.

KindyROO consultancy is not a medical center and does not provide medical advice. For medical problems seek the advice of your local doctor.
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“Children who are assessed as being “at risk” or “vulnerable” in development are most likely the children who will have literacy and numeracy challenges throughout their primary school years … and into adult life –education levels, income and success.”

Sally Brinkman et al. (2013). Associations between the Early Development Instrument at age 5, and reading and numeracy skills at ages 8, 10 and 12: a prospective linked data study.

Jack P. Shonkoff & Deborah A. Phillips (2000). From neurons to neighborhoods. The science of early childhood development.