Sunday, 27 November 2011
Sunday, 20 November 2011
Anyone who has read my book, Brain Injured Children; - Tapping the Potential Within, will be aware that for a while now, I have been pointing to the thalamus, along with the reticular system as being key players in causing many of the sensory processing problems faced by many children on the autistic spectrum. This is why a Snowdrop programme of developmental stimulationincorporates techniques designed to help normalise sensory processing capabilities by 're-tuning' these neural structures.
Thanks to the University of Chicago Medical Centre for this excellent work.