She holds a BA Hons in Conductive Education, a specialist method of Neuro-Motor Rehabilitation and is currently studying for her Masters in Applied Neuroscience at King’s College London. As a qualified Conductor, she teaches children and adults with neurological disabilities the skills to help improve their daily lives.
Sam is a highly motivated practitioner whose passion is changing people’s lives. She has been working in the field of disability and development for over 10 years and tirelessly researches to keep up to date with Neuroplasticity Therapies.
In October 2014 Sam opened Blue Skies Ahead, a multi-disciplinary Practice working to help children and adults with a range of difficulties. In 2017, she launched Neuro Rehab Therapy and is part of a team who teach parents and professionals how to understand their child’s brain and how they can implement a variety of home-based therapies to enhance development.
Sam has a passion for Social Justice and is a team leader for several charities both domestic and abroad.
How can we enable those with disability to surpass expectations, reduce reliance on education and healthcare support, when this is not feasible with the current cultural paradigm of dependence and reliance on the public sector?
It, unfortunately, is unrealistic and unsustainable due to the ever-increasing number of children with disability especially those with neurodevelopmental disorders such as Autism, ADHD and Dyslexia to access the intensity and frequency of therapy needed.
The solution is not more healthcare, more educational support or more care provision services; the solution is targeting the relevant areas of the brain through neuroplasticity.
Anxiety and mental health can affect the brain and body’s ability to function in all areas including sensory (auditory, tactile and vision), speech, physical development (gross and fine motor skills), behaviour, social and emotional skills, memory and academic ability.
Learn how the brain can hi-jack development and how you can regain control through Neuroplasticity.
Public Theatre 3, 12:30 - 13:00, Thursday 26th.