"Why do some children inexplicably underachieve despite adequate intelligence?"


What can be done to help these children who, despite adequate intelligence and good teaching, still inexplicably underachieve in many areas; both at home and at school?

Using a balance and reflex stimulation programme (devised by Peter Blythe at INPP in Chester) it is possible to give the central nervous system a second chance to mature. It is a short daily programme of easy exercises specifically tailored to your child's needs.

Families and schools see changes in many areas of the child's learning, behaviour and development. Not only does learning become easier; their confidence increases and they seem much happier in themselves.

Vestibular stimulation helps to forge and mature neural pathways. A child with a mature central nervous system is calmer and more able to cope with the challenges and rough and tumble of daily life.