Presentation on theme: "1 Identity Educational Ability Readiness Parenting Functions Software Neuro-Associative Conditioning Hardware (Neural/Communication System) Chemical Messengers."— Presentation transcript:
1 Identity Educational Ability Readiness Parenting Functions Software Neuro-Associative Conditioning Hardware (Neural/Communication System) Chemical Messengers Hardware (structure) The Vehicle AREA OF CONCERNHIERARCHYFORM OF HELP We are built from the bottom up as well as from the top down. If the base is unsound it cannot support all the other requirements for healthy development. Who am I? What is the purpose of my life? Can they be taught the required knowledge and learning skills? Symbols, language, numeracy Home environment Can more functional patterns of response be installed via selective inputs? Do they have patterned responses that work appropriately? Are the systems communicating and working? Are all parts of the functional mechanics working efficiently? Personal philosophy, culture Remedial Teaching Education, psychological assessment Love, communication, understanding, exercise, diet, sleep, discipline, moral example Sound therapy, optometry, Irlen screening, sensory enrichment therapies? Clearing negativity tapes and re-programming N.O.T. and NLP. AK* Assessment of functional chemistry, neuro-transmitters, glands, organs, auto-immune system AK* Osteopathy, Cranial * Applied Kinesiology A MODEL DEMONSTRATING “THE WHOLE” PERSON PHILOSOPHY & THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN NEUROLOGICAL, NUTRITIONAL, PSYCHOLOGICAL & ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS
2 THE TRIAD OF HEALTH and related therapeutic approaches
3 SUNFLOWER THERAPY: STAGES OF ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT 1. Provisional consultation, assessment and report 2.Structure To assess and treat the muscular skeletal system so that patients can lie, sit, stand and walk normally. 3.Neurology a)To evaluate about 200 reflexes which relate to finer co-ordination and balance and also those reflexes which relate to information input, storage and retrieval. b) Clearing negative neuro associations to remove habitual negative patterns of responses which block the child’s ability to learn.
4 4.Nutritional Evaluation and Prescriptions To test for neuro-transmitter activity the balance of glands and organs liver detoxification pathways respiratory system auto-immune system gastro-intestinal tract inflammatory pathways allergies other systems and treat through diet, supplements and homeopathy.
5 5. Psychological Reconditioning Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) is used to assist the child in establishing a positive attitude and approach. It gives the child more self-confidence and the ability to more readily access the resources they have for dealing with challenges successfully.
6 This graph shows the difference obtained in three IQ tests, after treatment, between the treatment and Non-Treatment groups IQ Units SUMMARY OF FINDINGS OF INITIAL RESEARCH
7 WHAT PARENTS HAVE SAID Has your child improved? YES (43 of 44) = 98% Is your child more relaxed, calm, co-operative and enthusiastic? YES (40 of 44) = 90% Has your child been more successful at school? YES (38 of 44) = 86% Has he/she won any awards for improved performance? YES (14 of 44) = 34% Did you feel it was money well spent? YES (42 of 44) = 95% Would you recommend the treatment to other parents? YES (42 of 44) = 95% “greater confidence - has changed the family’s life - inner fear removed - greater responsibility - greater concentration - healthier - more positive - less tension - determined - very much improved - happier - less moodiness - happier at school - keen - physical improvement - academic improvement - mature - sensitive - focused - relaxed - trying to control junk food - willing to try new things”
9 During the years 1999 - 2002 The Sunflower Trust in conjunction with the Roehampton Institute London (part of Surrey University), co-sponsored a three-year PhD research project on the Sunflower Therapy. Unfortunately the researcher in question did not complete the work and disappeared with much of the research data and it would appear, with some of the post assessment sheets of clinical data. Fortunately the Pre and Post Sunflower screen data of 61 dyslexic children has survived and it is part of this I would like to present to you today. LATEST STUDY
10 1. To discover if there are elements of impaired efficiency in the many different areas of function controlled by the nervous system. 2. To determine if it is possible to improve these areas of function via natural medicine. 3. To establish if improvements in such functions are associated with comparative improvements in their learning abilities, health, behaviour and performance. Significant improvements in quantitative and qualitative recorded scores measured during the course of the research would in our view, provide good clinical evidence for the value of the Sunflower Therapy. The Sunflower method is not a substitute for special needs teaching for dyslexic children but complementary to it. OBJECTIVES OF STUDY