Brain Plasticity

Neurodevelopment Health Brain Plasticity

Brain Plasticity or Neuro Plasticity -
Nothing in all creation can compare to the amazing capacity and adaptability of the human brain.
The brain plasticity concept basically states that neural connections can produce new connections based upon a process called synaptic reorganization.
Plasticity stars since the born and continues until the day we die.
Normally a baby has about 250,000 neural connections available, and as the child grows these connections they are inhibited for whatever reason or they may not be activated properly.
The brain plasticity concept could be applied to brain injury to create a process. to understand which functions in the brain are not engaging or functioning as they should. We then encourage the neural pathways through stimulation and Research exercises.
Research into neural plasticity work with brain injuries, learning inefficiencies, sensory problems, and genetic syndromes. It can also help guide all of our children, or ourselves, to our fullest potential.
Traditional thinking has believed there are limits to the brains capacity.
NeuroDevelopment Training
Neuro Training concepts:
1. Maturation of brain development
2. the nervous system is organized in loops
3. Brain plasticity

The primary goal is to review the maduration and cognition function in integration within the whole neurological system. the training ensures that the child's brain matures and develops as it should. The parents and the child must understand that they can develop the brain functions to do all the possible things .

The NeuroDevelopment training also must work on motor planning and sensory integration issues.

The NeuroDevelopment retraining gives hope for child and adults with several neurological problems.

The NeuroDevelopment al is a holistic and that study the progression of development in tactility, auditory, visual, language and communication, manual, gross and fine motor mobility and coordination. An individualized program must includ all the information about long term memory, processing skills, the organization of the central nervous system, complemented with parental and personal information regarding the chid that includes health, diet, and any special concerns and academic data when possible.

Medicals use labels just for symptomatic identification but people are individuals and have diferent needs. The role of the NeuroDevelopment alist is to identify the neurological inefficiencies and work to improved. Training give hopes to labels of Brain Injured, Autistic, Down Syndrome, PDD, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Learning Disabled, Dyslexia, ADD, ADHD,
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