Did you see the guy in the coffee shop this morning?  Did you see the girl and child during the photo shoot?  Many people are taking ‘Selfies”, many are video recording on their Smart phones. Parents do you see yourself? This morning I was having my regular coffee at a delightful coffee shop.  A guy […]

Children problems, childhood development programs, CoordiKids, fine motor skills, gross motor skills, dyspraxia, cognitive learning

How?  The easy to follow exercises of CoordiKids develops and organizes the brain. Why do some children and adults have disorganized brains? Primitive Reflex maturity: A baby is born with reflexes to protect the child.  These reflexes become integrated through the maturity of the nervous system and the brain.  It can only happen through using […]

Using Sensory Integration to Help Young Trauma Survivors Sensory Integration is a relatively easy way to assist guide trauma victims towards full recovery.  Researchers have recently begun to learn more about the important link between sensory integration challenges and children who have suffered from trauma. Similar to adults who suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder […]

CoordiKids programs are based on evidence and extensive research studies from many different disciplines. The knowledge gained from studying evidence based research was combined with decades of experience in using the exercises and movements. The result: Programs for children to improve their skills and to ensure successful participation in all aspects of their lives. References […]

Dominant and Non-Dominant Hands Working Together

Fine motor skills are skills that involve a refined use of the small muscles controlling the wrist, hand, fingers, and thumb. The development of these skills allows one to be able to complete tasks such as writing, drawing, holding small items, buttoning clothing, turning pages, eating, cutting with scissors, and using computer keyboards. Mastery of fine […]

Is Your Child Happy?

All parents want their child to be “happy”. They can go to great length to purchase toys and equipment, to take the child to places, to avoid situations that might create unhappy feelings – anything to make the child feel “happy”. Is your child happy? What makes us and our children happy? Aristotle wrote “Happiness […]