How Retained Reflexes Impact Behavior and Learning

Jill Stowell Anxiety, Attention, Auditory Processing, Classroom, Core Learning Skills, Development, General Information, IEP, Learning Disability, Primitive Reflexes, School 0 Comments

It’s the holidays, and along with the fun comes a whole other set of stressors that may cause already inflexible children (and their families) to miss the magic. Why Does My Child Act This Way? A big snowstorm near one airport can cause flight delays and cancellations all over the country. While people got to their destinations eventually, this causes …

I’m Ambidextrous! Isn’t that cool?

Jill Stowell Classroom, Core Learning Skills, Development, Executive Function, General Information, Homeschool, Homework, IEP, Learning Disability, School

Have you ever tried to write your name with your non-dominant hand?  It’s pretty funny, right?  And really challenging! So when we see a person who is ambidextrous and can use both hands equally to do things, it’s seems pretty amazing.  In baseball, switch-hitters (players who can bat either right-handed or left handed) are in demand. But…when it comes to …

Brain Break

Jill Stowell ADD, ADHD, Anxiety, Attention, Auditory Processing, Classroom, Comprehension, Core Learning Skills, Development, Dyslexia, Executive Function, General Information, Homeschool, Homework, Learning Disability, Mental Health, Processing Speed, Reading, School, Sensory Processing, Spelling, Writing

From Break to Meltdown in 30 seconds – How Did that Happen? At mile 20 of a 21-mile bike ride this weekend, my husband and I stopped to take a little break.  It had gotten warm and we wanted to remove a few layers.  When we started riding again, my legs let me know that “enough is enough” and I …