Using the most advanced and research based clinical applications, our goal is to identify what area of the brain is not allowing a child to progress- working from the inside out!

Neurodevelopmental Disabilities and Treatment

Neurodevelopmental disabilities encompass a range of conditions stemming from atypical brain development or function during early childhood or fetal development. 

Input from various areas of the brain is required for clear and organized thoughts, memory storage and predictions of outcomes. When these circuit are wired together there is an increase in mental speed , cognitive function, attention and memory. 

Current research and clinical applications reveal the brain has the amazing ability to reorganize itself by forming new connections between neurons. 

Using the most advanced and research based clinical applications, your child will receive a personalized brain-based treatment plan, catering to their unique needs!

patient working on neurosensorimotor

What are Neurodevelopmental Disabilities?

Neurodevelopmental disabilities refer to a group of conditions that result from abnormal brain development or function during early childhood or fetal development. These disabilities typically manifest early in life and persist throughout a person’s lifespan. 

They can impact various aspects of an individual’s development, including cognitive abilities, motor skills, communication, social interaction, and behavior.

These can result in difficulties with social interactions, thinking abilities, and emotional well-being. Everyday activities like reading, writing, listening, and observing play crucial roles in the development of the brain.

What Causes Neurodevelopmental Disabilities?

Neurodevelopmental disorders arise from slight deviations in the typical development of the nervous system.

These disorders can have a variety of causes, including both genetic and environmental factors. Environmental influences can impact the growth of the brain and contribute to the emergence of various disorders.


The causes of neurodevelopmental disorders encompass a wide range of factors. These may include physical trauma, infectious diseases, immune dysfunction, metabolic disorders, genetic disorders, nutritional imbalances, and social deprivation.

Symptoms of Neurodevelopmental Disabilities (ND)

Symptoms of neurodevelopmental disabilities can vary widely depending on the specific condition.


Children with neurodevelopmental disabilities may encounter challenges in the following areas:

  • language
  • speech
  • motor skills
  • behavior
  • memory
  • learning
  • and other neurological functions


These difficulties are often accompanied by additional health conditions such as sleep problems, gastrointestinal issues, and sensorimotor problems. 


While certain symptoms may improve with time, it’s important to note that many of these disabilities are lifelong. 


Early identification and intervention are crucial for providing appropriate support and improving the long-term outcomes for individuals with these conditions

Common Neurodevelopmental Disabilities We Assist With

Comprised of dedicated certified professionals, our team is committed to making a positive impact in the daily lives of our clients. 


We focus on providing support to individuals affected by Autism, ADHD/ADD, Cerebral Palsy, Learning Disabilities, Hypoxic Injury, Sensory Processing, Motor Stereotypies, and Expressive Language Disorder, aiming to ease their day-to-day challenges.


Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), is a common condition that starts in childhood and can continue into adulthood. People with ADHD have trouble controlling their behavior and paying attention. It is not that they cannot pay attention, rather, they have difficulty inhibiting unwanted behaviors.

ADHD can have a significant impact on various aspects of life, including academic performance, work, relationships, and overall well-being. However, it’s important to note that individuals with ADHD often have unique strengths, creativity, and abilities.

We treat the underlying cause of ADHD to help your child’s brain work together, and faster.

Treatments We Offer:

  • Inhibit unwanted saccades
  • Increase gaze stabilization
  • Cognitive working memory and processing speed exercises
  • Interactive Metronome
  • Trigeminal Nerve stimulation to increase attention
  • Repetitive Peripheral Somatosensory via Vagus nerve to activate brainstem through neuromodulation to cause neuroplasticity. 
  • Neuro Sensorimotor Therapy to increase attention, cognitive processing speed, hand-eye coordination and working memory.
  • FITLIGHT Training
child playing on the interactive metronome clinical application


Autism, also known as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), is a neurodevelopmental disorder that affects communication, behavior, and social interaction. 

It is called a “spectrum” disorder because it encompasses a wide range of symptoms, skills, and levels of impairment, which can vary from person to person.


People with autism may have difficulties with verbal and non-verbal communication, social interactions, and may exhibit repetitive behaviors or have specific interests. Additionally, they may face challenges in understanding and expressing emotions and may prefer routines or sameness.


It’s important to note that individuals with autism have unique strengths and abilities, and early intervention and support can greatly improve their quality of life and social integration.


Our rehabilitation programs are created using knowledge about how the brain works. They help your child learn how to handle their emotions and get better at paying attention.


These programs also aim to improve their thinking abilities and how quickly they process information. We use a variety of treatments together to achieve these good results.


We treat the symptoms, not the label.



Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a group of neurological disorders that affect movement, muscle tone, and motor skills. It is caused by damage to the developing brain, usually occurring before or during birth, or in the early years of life affecting a person’s ability to move and control their balance and posture.

They may also have other related conditions like intellectual disability, seizures, vision or hearing problems, difficulties with speech, scoliosis, or stiff joints.


The specific movement issues depend on which parts of the brain are affected. Some examples include muscle stiffness (spasticity), involuntary movements (dyskinesia), or problems with coordination (ataxia). 



For children with CP caused by lack of oxygen at birth, we use an advanced approach that involves multiple specialists working together. This approach helps improve speech, balance, reducing muscle stiffness, promoting spinal development, and enhancing overall movement abilities.



Cerebral Palsy Treatments Include:

  • Neuro Stimulation– Spinal and brain stem including Trigeminal, PONS and Vagus.
  • Repetitive Peripheral Somatosensory Stimulation to decrease hypertonia.
  • Vestibular Exercises – to stimulate extensor weakness and improve balance.
  • Neuro Visual Rehab – oculomotor eye weakness is always the side of increased tone.
  • Primitive Inhibitory Reflex – the righting, and rooting reflex are most often decreased


Developmental Expressive Language Disorder, also known as Expressive Language Disorder (ELD), is a communication disorder that falls under the category of neurodevelopmental disorders. It primarily affects a person’s ability to express themselves through spoken language, leading to difficulties in verbal communication. 

This is not an inability to speak, it is the processing between the frontal and temporal lobe. They can’t find the correct words and what comes out is known as a word salad.


It’s common for a child with ELD to have both receptive and expressive language difficulties:


  • Receptive Language Difficulty: The child has trouble remembering and understanding what they hear and read. 
  • Expressive Language Difficulty: They struggle to find the right words and may respond with jumbled words.


Children with a Language Processing Disorder may struggle in various aspects of their
school life, including social interactions, academics, and their own internal experiences. 


We focus on addressing the underlying causes of these difficulties by working on areas such as memory, attention, word recall, inhibition, and mental and cognitive processing speed. By targeting these core areas, we aim to help children overcome their challenges and improve their overall functioning.


Children with a Learning Disability (LD) are individuals who have specific difficulties in acquiring, processing, or using information effectively, especially when it comes to reading, writing, mathematics, or other academic skills. 

As a result of genetic or neurobiological factors altering brain function, children with Learning Disability will have affected cognitive processes related to learning. 


Learning disabilities are neurodevelopmental in nature and can persist throughout a person’s life, although early identification and appropriate support can significantly improve the outcomes for children with learning disabilities.


Using our non-invasive and non-pharmaceutical research-based approach, we help children with Learning Disabilities improve their cognitive abilities with verbal working memory and visual-spatial working memory.

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