Today’s episode is a 1-on-2 with a fellow OT where we dive into all things primitive reflexes!
We talk about a variety of challenges related to primitive reflexes as well as we really got to nerd out on all the activity ideas!
If you’re a therapist working with children, this episode is GOLD!
But don’t shy away from this episode if you’re not a therapist - there are some great ideas for kiddos who are struggling with anxiety, how to help kiddos move into a variety of positions that can address retained primitive reflexes, using sensory paths to address primitive reflexes, and how to look at challenges in a positive way!
Be sure to check out the links below!
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