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Research that emanated from Harvard Medical School turned the neuro-scientific world upside down. It said that the cerebellum has a far more important role than previously thought. It doesn't just control motor and balance coordination - it is involved with a wide range of cognitive, memory and emotional control functions also. This led to the possibility that the cerebellum is responsible for many of the limitations experienced by those with learning and developmental problems.
Alongside that research evidence about how the cerebellum can be developed further, and how brain plasticity within it is enhanced by vestibular stimulation. There is also evidence that shows that the density of grey matter increases when this takes place at the same time as physical coordination activities. This presentation summarises the work done with 45,000 subjects with reading, attention and other issues and how it has been turned into a process that creates personalized exercise programs to suit an individual's needs. The latest peer-reviewed results will be presented. Some discussion will follow regarding the potential implications for the education and health care systems - and how families can access this research today.