13 May 2016
Learning to control movement is one of our first forms of language. At birth the movements babies display are random and appear uncontrolled. However, over the first 18 months of life most learn to not only control their movements but to develop skills like rolling, crawling, standing up against gravity and taking their first steps. Every parent delights in this...more
The Moro reflex known as the startle reflex plays a significant role in sensory integration and is frequency retained in children with autism. This movement, known as the Bug mimics the pattern of an active Moro Reflex, and can be used to help calm.