DPA

MOVING TOWARDS SUCCESS

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EARLY YEARS RESEARCH
Research published for reference on site of charity ‘What About The Children’ www.whataboutthechildren.org.uk

LIGHT THERAPY

To be added

NEURODEVELOPMENTAL THERAPY

EASIE Developmental Exercise and Listening Programme

Whole School InitiativeTerrace Road Primary School, Mount Pleasant , Swansea
April 2002- March 2003 GTCW funded
Terrace Road Primary School
Extending the developmental exercises and Listening Programmes into the wider Community Whole School initiative
April 2003 – March 2004

INPP (NDT)

Releasing educational potential through movement. Child Care in Practice,
Volume 11/4: 415 – 432. 2005 Goddard Blythe S A www.inpp.org.uk
Screening for Neurological Dysfunction in the Specific Learning Difficulty Child
(10/98)1998 British Journal of Occupational Therapy Goddard S A & Hyland
Primitive reflexes and Attention Deficit Disorder: developmental origins of classroom dysfunction.
2004 Taylor M, Houghton S, Chapman E International Journal of Special Education (Vol. 19/1)

PRIMARY MOVEMENT

Summaries on www.primarymovement.org
The effects of the Primary Movement programme on the academic performance of children attending ordinary primary school.
Jordan-Black J-A. Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs 2005; 5(3): 101-111
Pre valence of persistent primary reflexes and motor problems in children with reading difficulties.
McPhillips M, Sheehy N. Dyslexia 2004; 10(4): 316-338
The role of persistent primary reflexes in reading delay.
McPhillips M. Dyslexia Review 2001; 13(1):4-7
Effects of replicating primary-reflex movements on specific reading difficulties in children.
McPhillips M, Hepper PG, Mulhern G Lancet 2000; 355: 537-541
Improving fine motor skills in young children: an intervention study.
Brown CG. Educational Psychology in Practice 2010; 26(3): 269-278
Primary reflex persistence in children with reading difficulties (dyslexia):
A cross-sectional study. McPhillips M, Jordan-Black J-A. Neuropsychologia 2007; 45: 748-754
The effect of social disadvantage on motor development in young children:a comparative study.
McPhillips M, Jordan-Black J-A. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 2007; 48(12): 1214-1222
PRESS ARTICLE
Case study for Dyscalculia – Gwyneth Jeyes,
reported by Graham Keale in Daily Express February 24th 2008using both Primary Movement and Listening Program

RDI Summaries can be found http://www.rdiconnect.com/pages/publications-by-Steven-E-Gutstein.aspx

Gutstein, S. E. (2009). Empowering families through Relationship Development Intervention: an important part of the biopsychosocial management of autism spectrum disorders. Ann Clin Psychiatry, 21(3), 174-182.

Gutstein, S. E., Burgess, A. F., & Montfort, K. (2007). Evaluation of the relationship development intervention program. Autism, 11(5), 397-411. Gutstein, S. (2005). Relationship Development Intervention: Developing a treatment program to address the unique social and emotional deficits of autism spectrum disorders. Autism Spectrum Quarterly (Winter).

Gutstein, S. (2004). The effectiveness of Relationship Development Intervention in remediating core deficits of autism-spectrum children. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 25(5), 375. ABSTRACT: Papers Accepted for Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Society for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics: October 3-4, 2004 Chicago, Illinois: Presented at a Plenary Session Sunday, October 3, 2004.

 

NUTRITION

They are what you feed them’ Dr Alex Richardson Harper Thorsons London 2006 www.fabresearch.org charity, for all latest research on food and behaviour

SOUND


LISTENING SKILLS PROGRAMMES

Evaluation of The Listening Program in Assessing Auditory Processing and Speech Skills in Children With Down Syndrome (2010) Music and Medicine 2(4) 208-213
Gwyneth Jeyes, MEd and Caroline Newton DOI: 10.1177/1943862110371809 http://mmd.sagepub.com Reprints and permission: sagepub.com/journalsPermissions.nav Poster presentation on work with children with Down Syndrome, World Down Syndrome Symposium, Dublin August 2009

Evaluating The Effectiveness of the Listening Training Program for children who are underachieving in a state school Gwyneth Jeyes.

Presented at The 6th BDA International Conference at Warwick 27 to 30th March 2004 Available for download:- www.toolsforlife.co.uk under Research ( includes children with dyslexia, dyspraxia and autism spectrum disorders, with children with no label but underachieving)

A case Study of a 5 year old with pervasive developmental disorder-not otherwise specified using sound based interventions Amy J Nwora & Bryan M Gee published Occupational Therapy International 16(1) : 25 -43 (2009) Published online in Wiley Interscience www.interscience.wiley.com DOI: 10.1002/oti.263

Poster presentation on effects of listening programme with school population, children with Down syndrome and children with Autism. May 7th 2011 Children’s Complementary Therapy Network Conference, Birmingham Children’s Hospital

(All published articles and poster presentations have been peer reviewed)

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