Jeremy Krauss Approach (JKA) for working with special needs children

The JKA is a unique way of understanding early development and helping special needs children learn, grow and develop. JKA is solidly founded on the science of Neuroplasticity - the brain's ability to change and reorganize itself by forming new neural connections and developmental pathways no matter what the condition is. The central focus is on a therapeutic learning process for helping special needs children develop and increase their abilities. It is a neurophysiological therapy that helps with the growth and development of the nervous system and muscular-skeletal system.


The goal is that any child no matter what their developmental challenges are can make better use of their potential - physically, mentally and emotionally. JKA is a non-invasive movement based approach which respects every child as an intelligent human being. It is 100% personalized, not trying to fit the child into a frame, but on the contrary, developing a frame that fits each child.


It uses a process called Progressive - Developmental - Abilities – Formation. 


There are no restrictions of age and it is advisable to begin as early as possible.