Neurological reorganization addresses a spectrum of emotional, behavioral, academic, and physical challenges that arise as a result of disrupted early childhood development. There is a specific developmental sequence babies complete in utero and during the first year of life that triggers healthy brain function. If a child is not given the opportunity to complete the developmental sequence or experiences a traumatic event, functional deficits occur that can affect the rest of their lives.

Neurological reorganization is a process that replicates the normal movement, reflex and sensory experiences that occur during a child’s first year to stimulate the brain’s ability to repair it’s self without the use of medications.