Karen's Blog - Topic: Neuroplasticity
Our children and teenagers are missing out on the revolution! Lifelong neuroplasticity means that our human brains can regrow...
This little boy can run well, but walks awkwardly with a characteristic movement pattern of a child with cerebral...
In children with cerebral palsy, their early movement patterns are learned with a damaged, immature brain. It becomes their...
Novelty stimulates neuroplasticity. This delightful story was sent in by a terrific mother willing to challenge her son to...
Steve Paikin of TVO in Toronto recently interviewed me about The Boy Who Could Run But Not Walk. http://bit.ly/2eKrMkR...