Weekly MNRI Education Portal Series-Sept 19th 2014

The mission of the Svetlana Masgutova Educational Institute®   (SMEI) is to provide health, wellness professionals, parents, and caregivers with non-invasive techniques to address maturational, developmental, and life challenges.

Sept 19th 2014 :

 7:00 AM – 10:00 am Eastern Standard Time

 Register to get the password

 Listen to the pre-recorded webinar

Once registered a webinar link will be emailed

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Dr Svetlana Masgutova
The Masgutova Method®
of Neuro-Sensory-Motor and Reflex Integration has its origins in a different way of thinking
.
Svetlana Masgutova, Ph. D., a Russian psychologist currently living in Poland and the US, has based her method on the work done from the 1920’s to 1950’s by Russian physiologists I. Pavlov and I. Sechenov: neurophysiologists, A. Uhtomsky, N. Bernstein and P. Anokhin; and psychologist L. Vygotsky.

 

Plan of the lecture:

Plan of the lecture:

Presentation on Reflexes

 The Hands Pulling Reflex
 The Babkin Palmomental Reflex
 The Foot Babinski Reflex

Start lecture:  30 mins
Questions for self-check.

Topic: Reflex Integration vs. Reflex Inhibition:

1)     What Reflex is considered to be matured?

2)     What are levels of a Reflex Integration?

3)     What levels of the nervous system does reflex formation affect? What are the strategies of different level of nervous system/brain?

4)     How a reflex can impact the brain development and learning?

5)     How a reflex can impact the development of the lower motor neurons and extrapyramidal nervous system?

6)     How a reflex can impact the Brain Development and learning?

7)     What is the effect of the reflex maturation on the basal ganglia functions and self-regulation?

8)     Why the reflexes integration vs. inhibition is the most productive way for work with reflex development. Why reflex inhibition is not a safe tool? Give the example based on work with ATNR and Moro.

9)     How a reflex definition does help to organize the exercises?

 

Practicum questions:

A. The Hands Pulling Reflex

1. What is the definition of the Hands Pulling reflex? What is a sensory stimulus? What is the motor response?

2. What is the time for its integration? What are the signs of its integration?

3. What ways does the Hands Pulling reflex support the development of motor skills, behavior and cognitive processes?

4. What are consequences of the incorrect and retained Hands Pulling reflex?

5. What are results of the Hands Pulling check in your child? Was the sequence of flexion: “Elbows -> Head-> Core” correct in your child?

6. What are main exercises for correction/integration of the Hands Pulling reflex? Please, tell about rules and instructions for the work with Hands Pulling reflex pattern.

 

B. The Babkin Palmomental Reflex

1. What is the definition of the Babkin reflex? What is a sensory stimulus? What is the motor response?

2. What is the time for its integration? What are the signs of its integration?

3. What ways does the Babkin reflex support the development of motor skills, behavior and cognitive processes?

4. What are consequences of the retained Babkin reflex? How Babkin does affect eating and speech functions?

5. What is specific in the Babkin pattern in your child?

6. What are main exercises for correction/integration of the Babkin reflex? Please, tell about rules and instructions for the work with this reflex pattern.

 

C. The Foot Babinski Reflex

1. What is the definition of the Babinski reflex? What is a sensory stimulus? What is the motor response?

2. What is the time for its integration? What are the signs of its integration?

3. What ways does the Babinski reflex support the development of motor skills, behavior and cognitive processes?

4. What are consequences of the retained Babinski reflex? How Babinski does affect eating and speech functions?

5. What is specific in the Babinski pattern in your child?

6. What are main exercises for correction/integration of the Babinski reflex? Please, tell about rules and instructions for the work with this reflex pattern.

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Parents and professionals will ask questions to

 

Dr Svetlana Masgutova.

Visit Blog to send the questions in advance

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Unique Opportunity

An unique opportunity to  meet Dr. Svetlana Masgutova , MNRI®  Team and dedicated parents.
Dr. Masgutova will give an introduction to MNRI®  method for 30 mins and rest one hour will be question and answers.
Parents and professionals please post your questions on
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Goal:Is to prepare parents for the MNRI® family conferences , gain knowledge and practice the reflexes at home. This way the Family Conference or Clinic can become more effective for development of Children and parent’sconference in the MNRI®tools
Sincerely,
Manisha M Lad
Founder and Director
Akhil Autism Foundation


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Posted on September 12, 2014, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Svetlana Robertson

    Hi Manisha,
    I have just registered with the webinar link .

    I have a question to submit .
    In there an order/hierarchy in which the reflexes have to be worked on (e.g. does Fear paralysis have to be matured before Moro is addressed? Any other examples) – can it be expected that maturation of some reflexes will enable other reflexes to develop/mature – are there any examples? Are there reflexes that should not be addressed at the same time ?
    Svetlana Robertson

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