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What is Neuro Developmental Delay?

Every normal, full-term baby is born with a set of primitive or survival reflexes that are inhibited or controlled by higher centres in the brain during the first year of life.
If these are not inhibited at the correct time, they remain active in the body and can interfere with or simply delay the development of balance, motor control, eye functioning, eye-hand coordination and perceptual skills. This further impacts on social and learning skills. Children who are affected by Neuro Developmental Delay (NDD) can feel frustration and show symptoms of hyperactivity and hypersensitivity, and typically parents might notice that their child's performance doesn't match their expected ability. All interventions are drug free and noninvasive.


Indications of NDD are:

» Difficulty learning to ride a bicycle
» Mixed laterality (preferred foot, hand, ear, eye, etc) above the age of 8 years
» Travel sickness, especially whilst reading in a car, boat or plane (beyond puberty)
» Inability to sit still or remain silent
» Difficulty learning to read and/or write
» Difficulty in moving to adult cursive (joined-up) writing
» Difficulty in physical education classes
» Difficulty in learning to tell the time from a traditional clock face
» Difficulty learning to swim
» Poor eye-hand coordination
» Speech and articulation problems
» Anxiety
» Bed wetting over the age of 5 years