This unique programme was devised by Mrs Sheila Dobie OBE and is designed to develop coordination and balance, to integrate the sensory systems and to stimulate the neurological links between movement and cognition.
The Institute for Neuro-Physiological Psychology (INPP) was founded in 1975 by Dr Peter Blythe. The INPP Method is a unique programme of developmental exercises which address aberrant primitive and postural reflexes, which are indicators of neurological maturity.
This programme was developed by Dr Geoffrey Waldon and Dr George Stroh who worked with developmentally delayed children. It is based on play and learning of normally developing children from birth to 36 months which is characterised by internal drive, effortful movement and joy.
This was developed by Dr Kjeld Johansen, a Danish teacher and psychologist. Johansen IAS is a tailored listening programme that stimulates auditory processing of speech, improves concentration and attention allowing more efficient learning.