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Primitive Reflexes

Primitive reflexes, if not integrated in infancy, can lead to Neuro Developmental Delay (NDD), affecting motor skills and learning tasks. INPP, a Neuro-Developmental Therapy, offers assessments and home-based training for issues like difficulty sitting still, limited motor skills, and sensory sensitivities. Explore our options for addressing learning difficulties.

The client performs daily customized exercises at home, which are simple and not time-intensive. Regular follow-up assessments ensure that these exercises are adjusted to the patient's progress. Typically, a full program can be completed within a year.

Home-Based Training & Follow-Up

A clinical assessment typically lasts around two hours. The results are then summarized in a report, which is later discussed with the client in a follow-up meeting. In this meeting, a personalized movement and therapy program tailored to the individual's developmental profile will be presented and explained.

Assessment &

Report Discussion

Established in 1975 by Dr. Peter Blythe, INPP (The Institute for Neuro-Physiological Psychology) is a leading authority on Neuro-Developmental Delay (NDD). Dr. Peter Blythe and Sally Goddard Blythe, renowned experts in NDD, have authored numerous books on the subject. INPP is at the forefront of NDD research and has introduced a drug-free, non-invasive program to aid children in overcoming learning difficulties.

The INPP method of Neuro-Developmental Therapy (developed by the Institute for Neuro-Physiological Psychology) helps address difficulties associated with Neuro Developmental Immaturity (or Neuro Developmental Delay).


Our founder, Zoran Pejic is the Singapore Licentiate of INPP and provides the INPP Program.

INPP (The Institute for Neuro-Physiological Psychology)

We all are born with a set of primitive reflexes. If these primitive reflexes are not fully integrated during infancy, control of voluntary, skilled, and complex movements can be affected. This is known as Neuro Developmental Delay (NDD) or immaturity of the Central Nervous System.


These uninhibited reflexes can interfere with subsequent motor development, hand-eye coordination, perceptual skills, and visual functioning. Difficulty in developing adequate eye control and visual function to assist learning tasks including reading, writing and comprehension can be results of retained primitive reflexes. 


The psychological basis of learning difficulties may cause frustration and inability to comply with many of the requirements of a standard schooling experience. It may also interfere with concentration, memory and perception of information.

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