Are you concerned about the progress your infant or child is making? Is your doctor saying "wait and see", but you already know that something's not right? Is your child attending other therapies, but not making progress, or seeming stressed and unhappy during the appointments? We recommend early intervention using the Anat Baniel Method. If you're worried, take the time now to explore this effective approach, because a change now in the course of your child's development makes a big difference in their future path.

How does the Anat Baniel Method help?  Irene and Ed help your child successfully make sense out of their sensations, so they can move more efficiently and become a better learner. Whether you have a baby showing delays in reaching milestones, or an older child with challenges, we can help speed their progress. Sessions are gentle and fun.

Schedule a free first consultation or an appointment at our free clinic for your child to see how your child responds and to learn more. Your child will leave with more skills, and you'll have new ideas for ways to use all your interactions with your child improve their learning.plasticity

Typical outcomes

• Improved ability to roll over, crawl, reach, walk,
   sit, jump, go up and down stairs, explore
• Improved mealtimes: eating, chewing, tongue movement,
   swallowing, digestion, elimination
• Improved mood
• Better sleep patterns
• Greater physical comfort
• Increased alertness
• Increased awareness of surroundings
• Better balance
• Greater problem solving skills
• Wanting to do more things themselves

• More verbal communication
• Improved self-regulation

• More curiosity and exploration
• Improved eye contact and social interaction
• Easier toilet training

One parent sent a wonderful video showing a completely trashed room, with clothes and toys
all over the floor. Her 4 year old son with severe spasticity had for the first time gotten out of bed
on his own, commando-crawled over to his dresser, and unloaded the bottom drawers.

Hear what our clients say about the results they see with their children.

How is ABM different from other therapies? disabilities   children with special needs

A parent of a child with autism expressed the differences between this and other therapeutic methods:

"What concerned me the most is the impact of traditional methods on his self esteem and his desire to try new things. He started to wonder why everyone was trying to fix him and became very frustrated when he couldn't do what was being asked of him. We have only had three sessions with Ed Mills and I saw immediate results. First of all my son felt very safe and relaxed...It is as if he is suddenly realizing he has choices."

What sorts of conditions is this useful for?