Research Proves that Imitating Reflex Movements Improves Reading Skills

Posted on March 24, 2018 at 5:05 PM
This article supports our findings that replicating primary reflex movements improves reading ability. In our Focus classes (FIT Classes) for children with challenges with attention, focus, reading skills, coordination, and other academic challenges, we encorporate reflex movements into every class. Children are assessed at the beginning and end of every season to monitor progress. In many of our seasons, we've had 100% of our students demonstrate improved reading skills at the end of the season. http://blombergrmt.com/Filer/anReplicatingPrimaryReflexMovementsImproveReadingAbility.pdf

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