Sometimes things happen by accident. That is how I became involved with teaching neurodevelopment. My son was diagnosed with dyslexia when he was six and I was told there was nothing that could be done. I did not believe that and went in search of answers.
I came across Svea Gold, a brilliant and wonderful mother who had had an autistic son and, like me, wanted to help him. Svea had been teaching neurodevelopment for 40 years and she taught me what I needed to help my son. Soon my phone began ringing and other parents who had heard about what I had done for my son, wanted me to help them. I realised some months later that I had built an accidental practice. And now five years later, there is another need and I have developed the programme of movements I use, into an exercise class for all. I have helped children, adolescents and adults all over the world. I have many amazing stories to tell about this journey, and some of them are written by others in the testimonials.
What I do know is that this programme has been helping people for decades, and it could help you too, whether you have a child that needs it or whether you want to train so you can help others. Sue Cook BSc (Hons) Lic LCCH