CFCE is excited to now offer Dynamic Movement Intervention (DMI) as an additional therapeutic technique provided by our conductor, Jalyss. DMI stimulates the brain's neuroplasticity to encourage motor development in all areas including balance, range of motion, and postural control.
Dynamic Movement Intervention (DMI) is a therapeutic approach designed for children with a wide range of motor disabilities. The goal of DMI is to improve automatic postural responses and improve functional gross motor skills. Like Conductive Education, DMI stimulates neuroplasticity to facilitate new neuronal connections and development of motor milestones. DMI is provided in a one-to-one setting as well as incorporated into CE classes at CFCE. It is appropriate for children with both low and high tone, as well as children with mixed presentations.