Teachers & Practitioners

In addition to the assessment and treatment of children and adults with Neuro-Developmental Delay (NDD), INPP provides training for professionals such as teachers.

Our training is ideal for those working in the field of children with special needs and adults with emotional problems who wish to utilise our methods of identification, assessment and remediation.

One Day Course

There is a growing body of evidence to support the long held theory that control of balance, motor skills and integration of early reflexes are linked to academic achievement.

Our one day training course in the use of the INPP Schools' Programme can enable teachers to identify these problems and delivery a remedy. The remedy is a simple daily exercise programme, which can be completed in school for ten minutes per day.

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One Year Course

The one year Post Graduate Training Course is a part time course on the use of clinical assessment and remediation techniques developed at INPP.

The course is designed for anyone with a first degree and suitable professional qualifications in a field allied to education, medicine or psychology. It is delivered over three teaching modules (Held at INPP Chester) and one examination module.

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One Day Course for Clinicians and Health Practitioners

This one day course has been designed as an introduction for clinicians and health practitioners to the role of primitive and postural reactions in supporting neuromotor skills, visual and emotional functioning. You will learn how to undertake screening tests for the assessment of primitive reflexes and soft signs of neurological dysfunction in school aged children and adults, and how to interpret the results.

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Looking for help?

If you are an adult looking for help or seeking information on our NDD intervention programmes please view our Intervention section.

All of the INPP treatments are drug-free and non-invasive. We have been researching NDD and helping children and families since 1969. To find out whether you or your child could benefit from our help, we request you complete our Initial Screening Questionnaire