Neuromotor Immaturity in Children and Adults

Sally Goddard Blythe

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Raising Happy Healthy Children

Sally Goddard Blythe

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Attention Balance and Coordination

Sally Goddard Blythe

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Reflexes Learning and Behavior

Sally Goddard Blythe

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The Genius of Natural Childhood

Sally Goddard Blythe

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The Well Balanced Child

Sally Goddard Blythe

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An Organic Basis for Neuroses and Educational Difficulties

Peter Blythe, Ph.D David J. McGlown, B.Ed

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Wings of Childhood (CD)

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Other Articles include:

“The Role of Reflexes in the Development of the Visual System”
The Journal of Behavioural Optometry Vol. 6/1995/No 2

“Baby‘s First Playground”
You and Your Baby magazine 1998

Cited in: “Primary children denied basic learning skills”
Article by Lucien Jenkins. Music Teacher. April 1998.

“Music Matters”
Music Teacher. September 1998

“Screening for Neurological Dysfunction in the Specific Learning Difficulty Child”
(Goddard SA and Hyland D). The British Journal of Occupational Therapy.61/10. 1998

“Why Movement Matters to Your Child”
Natural Parent. January 1999

Cited in: “A delicate balancing act” Clumsy children can be helped over time.
Article by Celestria Noel. The Times. 3.7. 99

“First Steps to the Most Important A,B,C”
Times Education Supplement. January 2000.

“Why our children roll and tumble”
First Steps magazine (Australia). Issue 13.

“In Praise of Song and Dance”
Times Education Supplement

“Mind and Body”
Nursery World. 15.6.00.

“Balancing act for better body control”
Times Education Supplement 7.12.01.

Cited in: “Unsteady progress. Can classroom exercise really prevent dyslexia?”
Article by Phil Revell. The Guardian.16.7.02.

“Neurological Dysfunction in Children with Specific Learning Difficulties”
Irish Learning Support Association Journal.

Early Learning in the Balance - Priming the first ABC
The British Journal of Learning Support, November 2000

Neurological Dysfunction as a Significant Factor in Children Diagnosed with Dyslexia
Proceedings of The 5th International British Dyslexia Conference, University of York, April 2001. (Available on CD Rom from the BDA)

Attention, Balance and Coordination
(Sally Goddard Blythe)
Special Children, January 2003

Cited in: “Back to Babyhood”
Article by Stephanie Northern. Times Education Supplement. 11.6.04

“Your child‘s first teacher”

“Playtime not optional”
Times Education Supplement

Reflections of brain-body functioning
Medical Veritas 2:562-566. December 2005

Transcript of a radio interview with Sally Goddard Blythe for Autismone Radio
Medical Veritas, December 2005

Cited in: A Circular Road to Recovery
Daily Telegraph, 28.7. 2005

The Importance of Sounding Out for Hearing Within
Special Needs Coordinators File, May 2005

Motor Skills Drive Success
Times Educational Supplement, April 2005

Dissecting Factors in Autistic Spectrum Disorders
Medical Veritas. Volume 3/2006. 786-795.

Releasing Intelligence through Movement
Special Needs Coordinators File, January 2005

Cerebellar Theory Should Not be Discounted in Response to Aggressive Marketing Strategy
Dyslexia Online Journal

“Lost in Education - Identifying and Help for the Under-Achieving Child”
February 2005

“Releasing educational potential through movement”
Child Care in Practice.11/4:415.432. 2005

Sports Day - Fun for All?
Times Education Supplement

“Music and Physical Education are Primary Needs”
Montessori International Journal. July-September 2006.

“Children need play”
Letter to The Independent 14.9.2006

“Literacy born out of physical education”
Times Education Supplement.7.9.07.

“What babies need”
First Steps magazine (Australia). Issue 59. 2008

“To be literate, children must be fit”
Letter to The Times 25.7.2008

Impact of the electronic media (Extract from “What babies and children really need”)
Montessori International Journal Summer 2008