Case study Five - It is not the answer for everyone

Although this may sound like a great idea and the answer to your difficulties it is not a fit for everyone. Here is a short example of when it is not the right answer. Josh was struggling with school though his parents say he was lovely at home and had no behavioural problems. He was in p2 and, although his teachers and parents were concerned about his reading and writing, he was not yet aware there was a problem. His parents were keen to act now before his problems began to undermine his self-esteem. He had a number of reflexes significantly retained and I was surprised that he was not showing other symptoms. All indications were that a programme would help him. He left his assessment

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