Foundation Hatch Programmes
This is the place to start with our programmes.
Take a look at the programmes below and see if you recognise any of these characteristics in your child.
If you do, then we recommend starting with one of these Foundation Hatch Programmes.
Red Hatch Programme
Our Red Hatch Character is an angry and frustrated little character. If your child is prone to aggressive outbursts and struggles to control their temper they will be right at home with this programme.
Our 12 week progressive Red Hatch Programme is designed to help your child if they:
Struggle to control their temper
Are often fed up and upset with life
Have aggressive outbursts
Lime Hatch Programme
Our Lime Hatch Character is afraid of the world. They will often sit huddled in a corner or become over clingy. Night terrors are a common occurrence in this household. If your child is scared of life then they will be right at home with this programme.
Our 12 week progressive Lime Hatch Programme is designed to help your child if they:
Have anxiety issues
Find it hard to make eye contact
Is clingy (more than normal)
Struggles with night terrors
Has panic attacks
Click HERE to join our clinical director Cat and exercise director Jo as they talk about what developmental foundations are all about and which of the Hatch Programmes would help your child.
"I purchased the Red Hatch Programme for my son as he was struggling with meltdowns at home and concentration at school.
The benefits were apparent in a few short weeks.
The programme is easy to follow and my son enjoys doing them each day.
His meltdowns have become much less frequent and less upsetting for him, so he is coping with life in general much better.
This programme was amazing for us, what a difference!
I'd highly recommend it if your child struggles with particular aspects of every day life."
Click HERE to see all the extra programmes we offer to support learning and school life.
These further Hatch Programmes can help with specific issues such as poor concentration, help with handwriting, poor posture, reading challenges, thumb-sucking etc.