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Weakened, Compromised CNShow show-up

  • Sensory Hyper-, Hypo-sensitivities
  1. Potentially affects all senses
  2. “Meltdowns”, sensory, emotional overload
  • Vestibular, Proprioceptive Disorders
  1. Motion sickness
  2. Need for constant movement
  3. Disturbed spatial perception
  4. Coordination disorders
  5. Irregular horizontal eye movements
  6. Binocular vision disorders
  • Primitive Reflexes – incomplete inhibition
  1. Disturbed attention
  2. Unable to selectively attend
  3. Inability to filter or disregard unwanted stimuli
  4. Involuntary movement
  5. Gross, fine motor disorders
  6. Learning disabilities
  7. Non-verbal learning disorders
  8. Oppositional – Defiant Disorder
  9. Selective Mutism
  10. Anticipatory anxiety
  • Postural Reflexes – incomplete development
  1. Reduced body, torso flexibility
  2. Disturbances in high level comprehension, expression
  3. Reduced ability to compensate for Primitive Reflexes
  • Variable cognitive, processing disorders
  1. Short, Long Term Memory impairments
  2. Attention disorders – misdiagnosed as ADD
  3. Auditory, visual processing disturbances
  4. Measured IQ markedly lower than obvious intelligence
  5. Reduced Processing Speed on IQ testing
  • Reduced ability to deal with change, stress
  1. Rigidity concerning schedules, changes
  2. Needs unusual degree of structure, predictability
  3. Excessive emotionality