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Sonia Story, BSc

  • Speaker Type: Early Years Symposium 2022
  • Country: U.S.A

Sonia Story developed the Brain and Sensory Foundations training to provide in-depth, comprehensive training in the use of innate rhythmic and infant primitive and postural reflex movements for addressing sensory, learning, physical, behavioral, emotional, social, and speech challenges. Sonia trained directly with Harald Blomberg, MD and Moira Dempsey, among many other mentors. Her training courses are approved for professional continuing education for occupational therapists, physical therapists, and massage therapists.

Sonia was a presenter at the 2018 Autism One conference on how innate neurodevelopmental movements help with sensory issues. Her work has been featured in the book, Almost Autism: Recovering Children from Sensory Processing Disorder, and in the books Special Ed Mom Survival Guide; Family Health Revolution; and Same Journey, Different Paths, Stories of Auditory Processing Disorder.

Sonia is currently enrolled in Master's program in Movement Science.

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The Importance of Innate Infant Movements for Neurodevelopmental Challenges
In this engaging presentation we discuss the important role of innate infant movements in human development and what can happen when these innate movements are disrupted. We answer the question: Are neurodevelopmental challenges associated with disruption of innate infant movements in early life? And we explore the evidence for using these innate infant movements later in life to overcome learning and other neurodevelopmental challenges.
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Presentations: 8  |  Hours / CE Credits: 8  |  Viewing Time: 8 Weeks