INPP Conference 2016 Verona ING

Movement. This year INPP’s International Conference wants to emphasize on its importance in neurodevelopment, and rediscover its role in integrating multisensory experiences. We want to explore how powerful it can be in enriching our learning and therapeutical enviroments. Move to learn, learn to move: memory, learning, motivation, creativity other than language are based on balance and coordination.

Sally Goddard Blythe MSc.
Neuromotor immaturity as a significant factor in educational under-achievement
Director of The Institute for Neuro-Physiological Psychology (INPP) and author of 7 books on the role of Neuromotor skills in supporting educational achievement and emotional functioning

Annemarie Seither Preisler
Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, Graz. Cognitive Psychology, Cognitive Science, Neuropsychology, Music and brain development

Giuseppe Orlando
Zen Shiatsu: the mother's touch. The role of proprioception in nurturing a evelopmentaly fragile child

Andrea di Chiara
Functional links between NeuroDevelopmental Delay, adenoidism and tongue motor disfunctions

Zoe Mailloux
OTD, OTR/L, FAOTA, Thomas Jefferson University Occupational Therapy. Sensory Integration: Previously Dr. Ayres assistant

Jane Williams (GymbaROO)
Movement: building babies brains for learning success

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