Our multidisciplinary center

"Get out of your box"

Our center is called "Get out of your box", because we want to free the children from their labels but especially because we want the professionals to come out of their silos and gather to collaborate and to cover together all the needs of the children.

 

We welcome parents and professionals to inform or train them

and organize multidisciplinary courses for children during school holidays

 

We are at 6 Boulevard du General Leclerc, Clichy-La-Garenne

(between the Porte de Clichy and the Porte Saint Ouen)

A fantastic 500m2 space on the 14th floor, with a magnificent view of Paris and large sensory-motor rooms

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Our believes

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# 1 "Neuro" disorders are a continuum

 

That's why we need to bring together a multidisciplinary team.

Our approach is based on disorders rather than diagnoses and associates a set of specialists in biochemical, sensory, motor, communication, behavioral and cognitive.

There is no miracle method, but a need for multidisciplinary support, with coordination and teamwork, to work in the same direction

 # 2 Biochemical and sensorimotor foundations are essential

 

They are the basis of all subsequent learning, so we must first work on these foundations.

A majority of atypical children have cerebral biochemistry and atypical frequencies of brain activity, which impede their ability to learn.

A large majority also have sensory disorders and atypical motor skills.

80% of the number of brain connections are formed during the first two years of life. These are the neural networks that support all subsequent learning. These connections are shaped by sensory and motor experiences only.

It is therefore necessary to consolidate the sensory and motor foundations by an adapted accompaniment.

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Multidisciplinary intensive weeks

Intensive weeks during school holidays

 

About fifteen professional specialists work individually with about thirty children each school holidays

Each child has a personalized program (2 to 5 individual sessions a day, for 3 to 7 days.

No predefined program, each stage is determined according to the needs of the child, on the basis of an exchange between the parents and the professionals and according to the constraints (dates of availability, rhythm of the child ...)

As with any type of learning, to make progress you need immersion or intensive: these multidisciplinary courses with a greater number of sessions condensed over a week can pass caps of progress.

Article on our February 2019 internship

Get out of your case

Next sessions program

February 15th to 23rd

The program is still under development but we will have:

- April Baldwin and Jérome Pisani in Feldenkrais

- Elsa Roumet in movement analysis, sensory integration and neuro-stimulation through music (ILs-Tomatis)

- Clara Zambruno and Ylenia Guerrero in sensory integration

- Anaëlle Veron-Delor in occupational therapy, Dessintey mirror therapy and fun workshops of fine motor skills

- Katya Barbéry mediated by the dog

- Stella Kaloudis or Adriana Pariente in cognitive mediation

- Virginie Boustouller on communication disorders

Du 11 au 19 avril

- Lara Guillease in ABM (Anat Baniel method) and April Baldwin in Feldenkrais

- Elsa Roumet in movement analysis, sensory integration and ILs-Tomatis

- Lise Faulise and her team of neuro-psychologist and speech therapist for very thorough assessments

- Clara Zambruno and Ylenia Guerrero in sensory integration

- Anaëlle Veron-Delor in Dessintey mirror therapy and fun workshops in fine motor skills

- Katya Barbéry mediated by the dog

- Adriana Pariente in Cognitive Mediation Feuerstein

- Virginie Boustouller on communication disorders

 

(and others to be confirmed)