March 10, 2018 @ 8:30 am – 5:30 pm
4 Forth Rd
Rondebosch, Cape Town, 7700
South Africa
Nicola Tredoux
Building Block Activities @ Rondebosch | Cape Town | Western Cape | South Africa

Is your child a Special Needs child, or is your child struggling?
Are you a professional working with struggling children or special-needs children and / or adults?
Are you  a  care giver for  a special-needs child/adult?
Are you working with the elderly, including those who have Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s?
Are you working with people who are recovering from brain damage caused by epilepsy, accidents or strokes?
​If you answered at least one of these questions with yes, then come to the Building Blocks Activites course

Special needs people, including ADD and ADHD, struggle with organising the sensory input that comes into their mind-body system. This inability to organise, makes it very difficulty for them to concentrate and learn. Learning is much easier when it is is linked to patterns.

The Building Blocks Activities (BBA) Course takes an in-depth look at several basic neurological patterns and motor development. When we apply these BBAs with Special Needs people, they learn to create internal sensory motor-patterns. Giving Special Needs people these internal patterns, enables them to organise the incoming information. This brings a sense of calm, so that learning and dealing with daily life becomes much easier. This is why we get excellent results for people with ADD, ADHD, Special Needs, Cerebral Palsy,  Autism, Down Syndrome and more.  The BBAs are also great for people with Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and for people who are recovering from injuries, including brain damage  caused by accidents, epilepsy or strokes.
BBAs are simple yet effective and beneficial movements for children and adults with learning and developmental challenges

The BBAs assists children and adults to function in;
Speech and Language
Motor development and movement
Vision and reading skills
Listening skillsSocial skills
Who will really benefit from attending this workshop?
OT’s, Physios, parents, teachers and facilitators of children or adults  who have special needs; anyone working with clients recovering from PTSD, emotional or physical trauma, or traumatic brain injury, anyone working with the elderly.

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