Neurodevelopmental Approach to Developmental Delays



Summary on TV show

This show is about how to help you Child with learning programs, and be successful with your child. The show about  Neurodevelopmental Approach to Developmental and Learning Delays, and my guest is Cyndi Ringoen, B.P., B.S. from Spokane Washington who is a certified Neurodevelopemtalist.  Cyndi reviews how the Neurodevelopmental Approach to Developmental Delays works.  Cyndi goes over how the program can help improve children and adults to learn.  For over 40 years, the neurodevelopmental approach to working with learning, sensory, visual, mobility, fine motor, speech and language problems.  Cyndi reviews and explains how this program has been offering hope to parents seeking help for their children without the use of drugs to have them improve there learning skills. The main focus of this interview is how parents and a child work together to overcome the child learn problem, and becomes a normal child.  

Bio on: Cyndi Ringoen, B.P., B.S.




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The NeuroDevelopmental Approach

For over 40 years, the neurodevelopmental approach to working with learning, sensory, visual, mobility, fine motor, speech and language problems, etc. has been offering hope to parents seeking help for their children.

It does not matter whether a child has a label of ADD, ADHD, dyslexia, learning disabled, CAPD, PD D, autism, mental retardation, developmental delay, brain injured, Downs, CP... Improvement is possible.

The theory behind this work is based on the truths of neural plasticity (the ability of the brain to change and adapt), that function determines structure (the manner in which the brain is used impacts function and structure), and that function can be improved through specific stimulation of the central nervous system. Combined with information processing theory, we also relate function to the way individuals receive, process, store and utilize information.

The neurodevelopmental model is a powerful tool to evaluate and determine problem areas and provide hope for functional progress.
Neurodevelopmentalists are professionals trained in the neurodevelopmental approach who look at the causes of problems, and train the parents to work with their child at home on an individualized learning plan specific to the issues.

There hath no temptation (peirasmos - trial) taken you but such as man can bear: but God is faithful, who will not suffer you to be tried above that ye are able; but will with the trial make also the way of escape, that ye may be able to endure it. I Cor 10: 13 ASV 1901



We believe that every child has been created by God, is loved by Him, and has unconditional value.

God gives children to parents as a blessing. He calls parents to take responsibility for the care, nurture, education and training of their children.

The parent/child relationship is the most important element in a child's development. The amount of progress made by a child is dependent on the amount the family can work one to one with their child.

God gives parents a specific role and responsibility for their child. Therefore, we respectfully support each family's unique belief and value system and the decisions they make.

Although professionals may put "labels" on people and predict limitations relative to those labels, we believe that with God, all things are possible. Therefore, limitations should not be part of our expectations for any child.
When a child has a problem that child needs carefully selected, God honoring, eclectic treatment and assistance.

Learning and attention problems should be addressed primarily without resorting to labels, drugs or compensation approaches.

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