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We Highly Recommend This Brain and Sensory Foundations Online Training
in Reflex Integration and Rhythmic Movement

Now open for registration

Online and video-based movement instruction is available in on-demand, self-paced format. Register now for instant access.


Would you like to make a huge difference for children and adults who are struggling?

You can transform sensory processing issues with the tools from the Brain and Sensory Foundations course.

These easy-to-learn movements mature the brain, body and sensory systems. They help overcome challenges with learning, anxiety, focus, speech and coordination.

Effective for all ages for promoting:
Calm sensory processing
Improved Sleep
Emotional regulation
Balance, Strength, Coordination
Learning/Cognitive skills
Release of stress and anxiety
Social skills
Trauma Recovery

Perfect for everyone with busy schedules.

Online, video-based movement instruction available 24/7
Course Manual, 100 page hardcopy, with color photos and instructions.
Live, online group Q & A sessions, recorded for easy access.
The Brain and Sensory Foundations course is excellent for parents, OTs, OTAs, PTs, PTAs, SLPs, Vision Therapists, foster parents, counselors, social workers, educators, yoga and massage therapists, trauma specialists, healthcare providers and caregivers.

1.6 CEUs awarded for OTs, OTAs completing course.
8 CCUs for PTs, PTAs completing the course (FSBPT).

More information here

As soon as you enroll you have instant access to these excellent tools.

Course Tuition is $387

Comments about the course:

"This course offers some of the most valuable tools and activities for children and adults that I have ever seen since I started practicing OT! I have seen these movements make powerful changes in my clients and help unlock and improve their motor skills, emotional regulation, cognitive functioning and self-esteem!"
Maggie Hall, OTR/L, Atlanta, GA

"My 9 year old with sensory processing disorder has been significantly helped. Both his sensory seeking behavior and hypersensitivities became greatly diminished.”
Jessica Ealson, CA

"In my 16 years of clinical practice as an occupational therapist, with an extensive continued educational background, I have never before came across a single tool that is able to make such a profound and immediate difference in both neuro-typically developing and disabled pediatric populations."
Marina K., OTR/L, Brooklyn, NY.

"This course has connected so many dots for me when it comes to providing effective strategies and interventions to so many types of children to improve their quality of life and ability."
Physical Therapist, PA

"Brain and Sensory Foundations was so comprehensive--the manual, handouts, the video sessions. It was obviously a labor of love. I highly recommend it for any professional who works with children."
Laura Masciarelli, PT, Wantagh, New York

"I have been practicing OT for almost 25 years of which at least 20 of those years have been in pediatrics. I have attended many conferences/courses over the years. This course by far has been the most beneficial. It is the only course I have attended that some part can be applied to every student/client on my caseload."
Jennifer Everett, OTR

Learn innate movements that reboot the brain and promote life-long health and well-being.

More information and registration here:

For questions about the course contact:

Sonia Story

-- The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products or clinical procedures by AOTA.

College for Students With Disabilities Guide

This is a great fit for any student, family member, or educator looking for information on how to prepare for higher education regarding disabilities.

The guide is 100% free and covers educational opportunities, preparation steps, knowing your rights, different types of disabilities, and recommended resources for additional information.

Some Extra Resources


I am just writing to say how much I appreciate that you created a section on your website all about special needs and people with disabilities.

It was extremely thoughtful of you to share this information for families in need.
I have a special needs brother and have a blog for families with children with autism and I know how much this extra effort means to families with special needs kids.

I wanted to send over a few extra resources for you to consider adding to your page.

Legal Resources for Special Needs
Keeping Disabled Persons Safe While Remodeling
Creating a Home Where Your Disabled Child can Thrive
Teacher Resources for Special Needs
Disaster Preparedness for Special Needs
Home Accommodations for Special Needs
Disability Resources from the Department of Labor
Tips for Disabled Persons to Declutter and Organize their Home
Financial Planning for Special Needs

Have a great day!

Sarah Brian

Guide To Autism

By the Arizona Office For Americans With Disabilities

We Recommend These
Whole Child, Autism and Learning Disabilities Centers

Brain Balance Center of Peachtree
357 Highway 74 North, Suite 5, Peachtree City, GA 30269
Phone 770-631-3033

Brain Balance Center of Suwanee
3525 Lawrenceville Suwanee Road, Suite 101 , Suwanee, GA 30024
Phone: 770-614-4790

Brain Balance Center of Westlake Village
650 Hampshire Road, Suite 102, Westlake Village CA 91361
Phone: 805-371-8085
Email: Westlake@

Brain Balance Center of Rockville Centre
220 Maple Avenue, Suite 202, Rockville Centre, NY 11570
Phone: 516-763-2200

Brain Balance Center of Ronkonkoma
2805 Veterans Memorial Highway, Suite 10, Ronkonkoma, NY 11779
Phone 631-471-1900

Suzanne Day
Neuropsychologist and Neurodevelopmental Consultant
(see her DVD below)
(Quebec and Ontario, Canada)

Phone: 705-726-5971
Fax: 705-726-5958

We Recommend These Books & DVDs

At Wit's End
A Parents Guide to Ending the Struggle, Tears and Turmoil of Learning Disabilities
by Jill Stowell
Available from Stowell Learning Center, 15192 Central Avenue, Chino, Ca 91710-7656, 909/ 598-2482,

The Brain Changes Itself
by Norman Doidge
ISBN 095816084-8
Stories of Personal Triumph from the Frontiers of Brain Science.

School Floors
by Barbara Pheloung
ISBN 095816084-8
The much-anticipated follow-on book in the Move To Learn Series, School Floors provides answers to those who are new to the field of Learning Difficulties and also serves those who want to go deeper in their understanding of how the Move To Learn program works. Written with the help of the well-known Adelaide Occupational Therapist, Veronica Steer, and including testimonies from teachers, parents and other professionalss wanting to share their excitement, this book leads the way in reaching the needs of students everywhere -- the minimum 20% with LD, and the rest who succeed but could do better.

Neurobehaviorhal Disorders of Childhood - An Evolutionary Perspective
by Robert Melillo and Gerry Leisman, ISBN 0-306-47814-5
Science & Business Media Inc., 223 Spring St., New York, New York 10013.
Highly recommended for professionals.

Baby Beautiful - A Handbook of Baby Head Shaping
by Dr. Justine Dobson, DC, LMT, Foreward by Dr. Lendon Smith, MD
ISBN 0-9640646-3-4, LOC Card Catalog # 94-096024, $19.95
Heirs Press, P.O. Box 50006, Eugene, OR 97405
This book relies on he findings of pioneering cranial therapists, who have researched the birth process ad how it affects the bones of the baby's head. Their painsstaking investigations have made possible the reclaiming of an ancient tradition, but based this time on fact and science. The book is written in language easily understood by parents. It is a comprehensive guide to the birth process, and the forces which push baby's head bones out of alignment.

In Search of Memory: The Emergence of a New Science of Mind
byeric R. Kandel, Winner of the Nobel Prize
ISBN-13: 978-0-393-32937-7
W.W. Norton & Company
We recommend this somewhat difficult and fascinating book.

Links to Other Interesting Websites

Sue Cook BSc. (Hons) LCCH -
Assessing and treating learning problems such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD, and Asperger's syndrome.

Move To Learn -
Yes! It is possible to Overcome Learning Difficulties, without the need for Medication. Yes! Learning Difficulties are often easy to detect, without expensive consultants.
The Solution is to examine the whole child and find the missing developmental gaps, usually addressed through normal play. To do this we need to go back to the foundations. Learn the skills that we have missed. This can even be done as adults. Fun, daily movement sequences have been designed to trigger the nervous system into working more efficiently and fill in the gaps.
Barbara Pheloung has been working with adults and children with learning difficulties for the past 30 years. Her plethora of knowledge is captured in her books and video that you can order from this site. There is also information on spotting and overcoming learning difficulties as well as links to other professionals and support groups.

Lakeview Health Systems: Mental Health and Asperger's Syndrome -
Teens with Asperger's syndrome may be at risk for alcohol and drug abuse. They may try to self-medicate their symptoms or use drugs or alcohol as a way to fit in better socially with their peers.

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