In addition to recording 120+ episodes of the Thriving Children Podcast, did you know that I’ve appeared as a guest on eight other shows? You can find each episode in your favourite podcast player, or by clicking on the title of each episode in this blog post. In no particular order, here they are… Ditch Homework for More Play …
In this episode of the Thriving Children Podcast, Clare chats with someone who knows more about reflex development than she does, her friend and mentor Evonne Bennell. They discuss the phase of reflex integration which occurs during babyhood, challenges that present when skipped, what Rhythmic Movement Training is and does, as well as how to support tummy time. Links for …
The Fear Paralysis Reflex develops in utero and should also disappear (or integrate) in utero.
The Rooting Reflex helps an infant to locate the breast and prepare for attachment.
This reflex is a whole fist grasp in response to an object or finger being placed into the palm of a baby’s hand.
A retained Moro reflex is one of the easiest to spot, as it’s one of the hardest to live with.
Primitive reflexes are the involuntary wriggly movements that a newborn baby makes in response to specific stimulation.