PRIMITIVE REFLEXES- WHAT DOES THE RESEARCH SAY? 

PRIMITIVE REFLEXES- WHAT DOES RESEARCH SAY? 

 

“Evidence-based practice (EBP) is based on integrating critically appraised research results with the practitioner’s clinical expertise, and the client’s preferences, beliefs, and values “(AOTA). 

Primitive reflexes are often a hot topic in OT forums. 

  1. Many OTs believe that retained primitive reflexes can interfere with a child’s learning.

  2. Others feel that the minimal research that’s been done isn’t substantial enough.

Personally, I took the Integrated Learning Strategies Retained Primitive Reflex Course, and when I tested some of my students that exhibited the symptoms, I saw exactly when the course said I would.  You can see examples of retained reflexes here.

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6 Things You Should Know about Primitive Reflexes

I’m still buzzing from all the amazing things I’m learning in the Primitive Reflexes E-course. As an affiliate for the program, I can whole-heartedly recommend this course – not just for therapists but parents and teachers, too!

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You’ve got to check out this course.

I’m the first to admit I didn’t know a lot about retained Primitive Reflexes – the school-based framework is more about “fixing what’s in front of you” rather than digging deep for the underlying causes of certain behaviors.

But I have to admit- I’m hooked.

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