The Nuero-Developmental Approach is not a "quick fix". It takes time and dedication to build new neural pathways in the brain. It is a gradual process; changes will occur, but over a period of several months. It always amazes us how quickly our clients forget the struggles they have been dealing with for so long. They begin working the program and positive changes begin to occur and they quickly adapt to the new circumstances and forget that, prior to their work on the INP (Individualized NeuroDevelopmental Program), their child would only eat peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, or couldn’t sit still for five minutes, or couldn’t read or write, or screamed anytime they were touched, or never made eye contact, etc.
This part of the History Form and Application document is for our future use; to remind you, if needed, what your goals are and what you are hoping to accomplish with the Little Giant Steps program. Some of our clients become weary after working the program for one year and they begin to lose sight of their original goals and they don’t remember how far they/their child has come because they are too close to the situation and because we humans adapt so quickly to new circumstances. If this should happen to you, we will use the information below to encourage you, motivate you and inspire you to keep on keeping on!!!