Institute for Neuro-Physiological Psychology

I met Ian McGowan today who is one of the Directors of INPP in Scotland.

I was interested to find out more about this programme which I’d heard can have positive outcomes for children with Developmental, Specific Learning and Behavioural Difficulties.

I hope to invite Ian to Haddington to speak to him with some colleagues before we make any commitment to active involvement. However, I am convinced that motor difficulties can have a very negative impact upon a child’s development and that there is potential for using such programmes in an early assessment and intervention programme.

 I will back this up with a research literature review.

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  1. Dear Don
    I was a guest speaker in the Early Years Conference hosted by East Lothian Council (ELC) in 2007 and would be interested in getting involved (should the opportunity arise) with an INPP programme in East Lothian in the future.
    I was also seconded to ELC from the Scottish Arts Council to work and develop the Perceptual Movement Development Programme in East Lothian and I continue to work with children in East Lothian with neuro development delay.
    I would be most grateful if you would keep me informed of any developments, which I might be able to contribute to in East Lothian.
    Many thanks

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