Monthly Live Q&A Replay

Core Learning Skills
and Retained Reflexes Q&A
May 17, 2022

PEACE is a monthly live Q&A for parents facilitated by Lauren Ma, Director of Growth and Operations at Stowell Learning Centers.

This month, we answered your questions about Core Learning Skills and retained primitive reflexes: how reflexes impact learning and attention, and how to integrate retained reflexes.


Additional Resources Referenced During the Q&A:

Core Learning Skills Info Page - lots of resources and information on Core Learning Skills and retained reflexes

SLC Mom Squad - a private Facebook group for parents of kids with learning and attention challenges. Check out the Retained Reflexes Guide for downloads discussed during the webinar.

A Symphony of Reflexes by Bonnie Brandes

Jill's new book: Take the Stone Out of the Shoe: A Must-Have Guide to Understanding, Supporting, and Correcting Dyslexia, Learning, and Attention Challenges is now available in paperback format and for Kindle pre-order. To purchase on Amazon, CLICK HERE.

Next Month: Challenging Behaviors

Next month's meeting will be a Q&A on Challenging Behaviors with special guest, Debra Ann Afarian from HBCC on Tuesday, June 28th at 10:00 a.m. Pacific.

Hope to "see" you there!

Previous PEACE Videos

Executive Function - April 2022

Executive Function: what is it, what are the skills involved, and how can it be developed?

Auditory Processing Disorder - March 2022

Auditory Processing: how to understand your child better and how these essential learning skills can be developed.

Dyslexia - February 2022

A deeper dive into dyslexia with answered questions about why your child struggles and how you can help. You'll learn:

  • The 7 different types of dyslexia
  • What underlying skills may be getting in the way of making progress with traditional interventions
  • Strategies for supporting your child at home
  • PLUS hear other questions answered about your child

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