News: April 2014 - Mojisola Opawale presented a scientific paper on Improving cognition development at the International Congress for Earlychildhood Interventionss in Antalya, Turkey.

Gritwel Earlychildhood participated at the International Congress for Earlychildhood Interventionss. The conference was held from 3rd to 6th of April in Antalya, Turkey. It was jointly organized by the European Association on Early Childhood Intervention (EURLYAID), Turkish Association of Early Childhood Intervention and Ministry of National Education, General Directorate of Special Education and Counseling Services.

Our group president, Mojisola Opawale, presented a scientific paper describing the foundational roles of embryonic nervous system and primitive reflexes in Earlychildhood cognition development.

Advanced researches in neurologic medicine has proven that the spinal motor neurons of the nervous system in a developing foetus, serves as the formational basis of primitive reflexes in both pre-natal and post-natal developmental stages. Normal presence of reflex actions (such as ATNR, Hand-mouth reflex, Moro reflex, Palmar grasp reflex, Sucking reflex. etc.) can be linked to a greater likelihood of good cognitive development. Her presentation elaborately discussed the cluster of concepts and theories, that describes the dependence of cognition development on embryonic nervous system and primitive reflexes manifestations.









   
   

Full content of the paper presented can be downloaded from the link below:

Foundational Roles of Embryonic Nervous System and Primitive Reflexes in Early Childhood Cognition Development