LIVE STREAMED TUTORIALS – Neurodiversity, primitive reflexes and neurodevelopment programme

Course Access: Lifetime
Course Overview


This course builds on the content within the paeds series but now goes much further  It integrates many aspects and gives clear direction for a wide variety of issues, for testing, evaluating, integrating care pathways, for appreciating the lived experiences of people and how to apply osteopathic care perspectives from many angles – including vagal autonomics, balance, vestibular, kinaesthetic, vision, proprioceptive, interoceptive, visceral, microbial, respiratory and sleep dynamics.

A whole body and whole person approach for these with retained reflexes and other neurosensory processing dynamics, developmental considerations and more.  These topics are introduced into the short course in primitive reflexes, and the long neurodevelopmental distance learning course that is fully online (pre recorded) gives a very wide ranging overview.

The difference with the live streamed version is that the material is released in 2 hour modules, AND IS GUIDED LEARNING.  These are broadcast live, you can ask questions, and then you are given tasks at home to complete . revised.  YOU GET TO ASK QUESTIONS IN REAL TIME. There are 12 modules in all, which will give you the theory, the science, approaches to assessment and techniques and overall considerations for clinical application.  For those of you that prefer a more didactic approach this is the option for you – the others are more suited for those that what a long standing resource package to dip in and out of.  This 12 module series of live streamed courses ill also be accompanied by lots of research papers, articles and resources to support your learning and your clinical practice.  It shows videos, discusses how to adapt approaches, and includes considerations from infants to adolescents.

Once you have done this course (or completed the distance learning version you can be eligible to attend one of the in person practical intensive 2 day events.  The primitive reflexes one is in the Autumn, more details to follow.