Anytime I find out about a way to help out brains and neurological systems work better, I am automatically curious. Many moons ago, I used to work in pediatrics and so it’s extra precious to me. Kara sought out these solutions more from her heart as a mama than her skills as an OT and that type of drive and passion is unstoppable. If you have or know anyone with kids who are struggling in ANY way, you are going to want to listen and SHARE this out! New groups start monthly and there is an awesome community to support you. Please help us spread the word!
- Creating true integration so getting to root causes not just controlling symptoms
- What do our reflexes and sensory system have to do with anything?
- Addressing our 8 core reflexes
- Why can’t autistic kids make eye contact?
- Resources for free to help you know if your kids would benefit from these programs
- Helping your kids feel completely rewired in 90 days!
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Kara Rice, MOT, OTR/L, creator of Brain Connex Therapy, is a life long learner with over 15 years of experience as an Occupational Therapist; over 30 years as an athlete and movement-lover; and 7 years as a special needs mom. She has trained extensively in the areas of sensory integration, bi-lateral integration, childhood reflexes, movement-based learning, nutrition, brain hemisphere integration, and currently studying postural re-training through the Egoscue Method.
She graduated with a degree in Kinesiology from University of Illinois and a Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from Midwestern University. Kara spent the majority of her career treating adults with neurological conditions. She also spent time working with the elderly in home health care. Once her son demonstrated significant developmental delay and subsequently diagnosed with autism, Kara switched gears in her career and solely focused on pediatric neurological treatment.
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