I just met Scott today, when he came for his first Edu- cational Kinesiology session. A nine-year-old boy with curious blue eyes, a big smile, and a sweet disposition, Scott spoke to me in quiet, indecipherable phrases that his mother quickly interpreted. When Scott first arrived, his mother handed me a stack of assessments and evaluations indicat- ing ADHD, and listed several skills that Scott could not yet perform in the classroom. Yet, when I observed how much Scott learned in one hour and how well he responded to a movement-based instructional program-how lively and expressive he became-I was impressed and was once again reminded of my own story.
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