The First-Step Method® is developed by Feldenkrais therapist Shai Silberbusch, from Tel Aviv. Shai and his team of experts have contributed significantly to the development of many children with special needs and developmental delays.
Seit 2009 vertrete ich die First-Step-Therapie für Deutschland, Italien, Frankreich und die Schweiz. Ich habe die unglaublichen Vorteile der First-Step-Therapie bei der Behandlung meines jüngeren Sohnes (Link). Ich habe mich der Verbreitung dieser Therapiemethode verschrieben, um so viele Kinder mit besonderen Bedürfnissen wie möglich zu erreichen.
The First-Step Method founds on meticulous observation of childhood development. It has a holistic approach and seeks the active participation of parents. Thus, you as parents engage in the intensive therapeutic process of your child and receive continuous support from the team. The method aims at filling the developmental gaps of your child via sensory and motor development perspectives. It focuses on your child's potential rather than the obstacles and hindrances. This constructive approach helps conscious investment in the prospects of your child. You can find more detailed information on the method below.
So far, the Association for Childhood & Rare Diseases (AEMO) in Lausanne and Children with Rare Diseases (KMSK) in Zürich have financially supported therapies for many children. Moreover, the Association for the Brain Injured Children (HIKI) in Zürich supported this method as an effective therapy for brain-injured children. Furthermore, it featured some testimonial articles in their children's bulletin: Benedikt and Karli. We are happy to cooperate with your local association for the therapeutic process of your child.
April 2, 2023 11:00 AM
The participants can actively participate and ask questions in English, German and Italian.
February 26, 2023 2:00 PM
We welcome families for an assessment Berlin. Every child can realize own potential, if given the opportunity and support. Even children with injuries, syndromes, and disorders can learn new functions, overcome their vulnerabilities, and create new learning pathways that lead to better performance. Personal assessment on February 26 from 2:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m On February 27 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and from 2:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.