We interviewed Bonnie Brandes of Quantum Reflex Integration (QRI). You can sign up for the replay below:
Primitive reflexes play an important role in the development of the neurological system in all aspects of cognition, behavior and movement.
For children with neurodevelopmental disorders, a group of unintegrated or undeveloped reflexes can not only affect learning, behavior and function but also play a large part in:
- Sensory Processing Disorder
- Learning disabilities
- Cerebral palsy
- Down Syndrome
QRI is the first program to use cold laser therapy and acu-reflex points to address primitive reflex integration.
Learn more how primitive reflex integration can help with improved symptoms in behavior, movement and cognition.
Bonnie L. Brandes, MEd is the founder of Quantum Reflex Integration, a company dedicated to the practice of reflex integration and addressing neurological disorders.
She has more than twenty-five years of experience working with children with challenges, has taught special education in both middle and high school, and is a licensed educational-kinesiology instructor.
She currently trains medical professionals, specialists, and parents internationally in reflex integration using the cold laser.
Bonnie is the author of “The Symphony of Reflexes: Interventions for Human Development, Autism, ADHD, CP, and Other Neurological Disorders”.
Date & Time
- Tuesday, April 30, 2019 10:00 am