INPP Institute for Neuro-Physiological Psychology

XXII International Conference of Neuro-Developmental Delay in Children with Specific Learning Difficulties In Vienna, Austria. 13th &14th September 2014

"Children development and Factor stress"

Never before children in the industrial nations grow up in such safe and peaceful conditions – well accommodated and outfitted – with a right to healthiness and education.

But: In schools, nurseries and practices we see more and more children, who are highly stressed, full of anger and fear, worried, exhausted, irritable, bad modulated. Studies in Great Britain, Scotland and Ireland show a growing number of children, who are not physically ready to learn and achieve in school. 

The 22. International Conference of Neurodevelopmental Delay in Children will deal with causes and ways out.

SPEAKERS

We invited the following international experts:

Prof. Dr.med. Joachim Bauer von der Universitätsklinik Freiburg, D:

"Basal neurobiological systems behind the psychological development of children: Motivation, stress, mirror neurons and aggression"

Sally Goddard Blythe MSc., Direktorin des Institute for Neurophysiological Psychology Chester, GB:

Neuromotor Immaturity in Children and Adults: Why we should not divorce the mind from the body"

Prof. Dr. Heinz Prechtl vom Prof. Prechtl-Zentrum in Graz, A:
"The Prechtl-Syndrome"

Prof. Dr. Robert Barton von der Universität Durham, GB:
"Cerebellar involvement in brain evolution, development and behaviour"

Dr. med. Bruno Maggi, Gynäkologe, Geburtshelfer und Manualtherpeut in Zürich, CH:
"The influence of functional disorders of the upper cervical spine on the psychomotor functions of infants and school children"

Prof. Dr. Christa Einspieler von der Medizinischen Universität in Graz, A:
"Does maternal stress affect fetal behavior? Or: The stressed fetus – facts and myths"

Camilla Leslie, Speechtherapist MASLTIP, UK National Director for IAS, Glasgow, GB:
"Difficulties with listening, discrimination and rhythm contribute to stress: The role of auditory
stimulation programmes in remediation"

Prof. Dr. med. Walter Lichtensteiger, Co-Direktor der Group for Reproductive, Endocrine and Environmental Toxicology in Zürich, CH:

"Hormonal active chemicals, brain development and behaviour: What do we know actually?"

Mag. Dr. Damir Lovric von der Universität Innsbruck, A:

"The effect of stress in mind, brain and body"

Judith Höferlin, Physiotherapeutin und Manualtherapeutin aus Basel, CH:

Craniocervical dysfunction and its influence on the autonomic nervous system and the Moro reflex"

Christina Whiteus, Ph.D, von der Yale School of Medicine in New Haven, USA:
Neural hyperactivity disrupts blood vessel development during a critical period"

The lectures will be given in German/English with simultaneous translation.


 An event by

Neurophysiologische Entwicklungsförderung NDT
Österreich und Schweiz 
www.inpp.info
INPP International
www.inpp.org.uk
 

Conference on September 13th and 14th, 2014 at Hotel Savoyen, Rennweg 16 in A-1030 Vienna, Austria

> www.austria-trend.at/hotel-savoyen-vienna
Reservations: Reservierung.Savoyen@austria-trend.at
Single rooms: € 140,- / Double rooms: € 160,- 
Keyword: INPP conference 13./14.09.2014

Some other hotels around:
Hotel Daniel www.hoteldaniel.com
Hotel Artis www.artis.at
Hotel Lindner www.lindner.de
Hotel Doppio www.austria-trend.at/Doppio

We start our sessions on Saturday 13th September at 9.30 h and end at 18 h (registration from 9 h at the Savoyen), on Sunday 14 th September from 9 h to 17.30 h.

Registration fee up to June 13th 2014: € 370,-

Registration fee after June 14th 2014: € 420,-

The conference fee includes participation in all sessions, lunch, snacks and coffee in the morning and afternoon, conference handouts. Gala dinner on Saturday night 13th September for our speakers and all interested conference participants: € 70,-

Please download the registration form here:
 Conference registration form (E)

and send it per mail, fax or postage to:

Neurophysiologische Entwicklungsförderung NDT Austria and Switzerland
Anja van Velzen
Funkenbergweg 3
D-88459 Tannheim
Tel.: 0049 8395934229
Fax: 0049 8395934228
Mail: anjavanvelzen@t-online.de

 

Program


Saturday September 13th, 2014


9.00

Registration at the Hotel Savoyen 

 


9.30

Welcome and introduction

Anja van Velzen, Germany 

 


Greeting

HR Dr. Mathilde Zeman, 
Wiener Stadtschulrat


9.45

Basal neurobiological systems behind the psychological development of children: Motivation, stress, mirror neurons and aggression

Joachim Bauer, Freiburg Germany


10.45

Coffee break

 


11.15

Neuromotor immaturity in children and adults:

Why we should not divorce the mind from the body

Sally Goddard-Blythe, Chester Great Britain


12.15

Stress in mind, brain and body

Damir Lovic, Innsbruck Austria


13.15

Lunch break

 


14.30

Does maternal stress effect fetal behaviour?

Christa Einspieler, Graz Austria


15.30

Neural hyperactivity disrupts blood vessel development during a critical period

Christina Whiteus, Yale USA


16.30

Coffee break

 


17.00

Cerebellar involvement in brain evolution, development and behaviour

Robert Barton, Durham GB


19.00

Gala dinner for our speakers and all interested conference participants (registration required)

 



Sunday September 14th, 2014


9.00

The Prechtl syndrome

Heinz Prechtl, Graz Austria


10.00

The influence of functional disorders oft he upper cervical 
spine on the psychomotor functions in infants and school children

Bruno Maggi, Zürich Switzerland


11.00

Coffee break

 


11.30

Hormonal active chemicals, brain development and behaviour: What do we know actually?

Walter Lichtensteiger, Zürich Switzerland


12.30

Lunch break

 


13.45

Difficulties with listening, discrimination and rhythm contribute to stress: The role of auditory stimulation programmes in remediation

Camilla Leslie, Glasgow UK


14.45

Craniocervical dysfunction and ist influence on the autonomic nervous system and the Moro reflex

Judith Höferlin, Basel Switzerland


15.45

Coffee break

 


16.15

Neuromotor readiness for schooling – a report from the head 
of an Austrian school

Maria Haunschmidt-Hager, Langenstein Austria


17.15

Summary

 


17.30

Conclusion of the Conference

 


 

Time for questions and discussion is included!

 

 

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