We are very excited today to unveil our first keynote speaker: Sally Goddard Blythe.
A world-renowned child development expert
Sally is a world-renowned child development expert and director of The Institute for Neuro-Physiological Psychology (INPP) in Chester UK, which has pioneered research and methodology in assessing children’s neuromotor skills and developing effective remedial programs.
The author of 7 major books and publications
Sally is the author of seven books and other published papers on child development and neuro-developmental factors in specific learning difficulties.
A cross-border trainer and speaker
Sally has lectured on the role of infant reflexes in development and later learning problems to many different groups throughout Europe including to a working party on child well-being at the European Parliament in Brussels and in different parts of the United States. She has also developed and standardised training in The INPP Method for use throughout the world.
It was for her world reference role and her immense contribution in research on primitive reflexes that we invited Sally to this forthcoming Convention. We also know there are many of you fascinated by this topic. Her keynote lecture will focus on “The relationship between vestibular, motor and auditory processing skills – their impact on learning and emotional regulation.” She will also conduct two half-day workshops on the theme of: “Neuromotor Immaturity in Children and Adults“.