Neuro-psychomotor activities aim to support the child in an environment adapted to the child’s age and their visual and motor difficulties. The NPMTDA (Neuro-Psychomotor Therapist of Developmental Age) outlines a tailored rehabilitation program through spontaneous observation, body play, tonic-emotional dialogue and the observation of developmental areas. The specialist offers playful and comforting experiences in both individual and group sessions to foster the emergence of the child’s skills.

In the counseling process, which forms part of the multidisciplinary approach, the NPMTDA helps the family observe and recognize the child’s potential while supporting their weaknesses in the neuro-psychomotor area. Together with the family and the child, adaptations and facilitations are identified to support the child in the home environment.