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Los Angeles



Brisbane - Sydney



FNAT is a unique, non-medical approach to address the foundational element of neuro-motor function.  This proprietary combination of movement sequences specific to the neurobiological process of development and sensory stimulating activities improves brain, body communication.

Improved communication leads to improved motor coordination, sensory processing and cognitive function.  Your child’s journey with the FNAT program involves two sessions per week with one of our certified trainers. 

The ONLY homework you have is to PLAY and enjoy your growing, changing child!  Re-assessments with parent conferences happen every 5 weeks and a three-month post assessment is conducted after completion of the program.  Supplemental information and helpful videos are delivered to your inbox and available online to access anytime.  Open lines of communication are imperative, so any questions, comments, or concerns during the process can be discussed immediately at your convenience! 

FNAT difference


What does a session look like?



1 on 1 in person intensive

In one of our centers

Online Intensive

1 on 1 via Skype, Facetime, or similar


All we ask is that you engage in organic play with your child!


In-depth assessment of your child utilizing the Costello Neuro-Motor Blueprint which enables us to establish program that meets your child’s needs. The assessment covers 7 dynamic areas of brain function that we share and discuss with you.

Initial Program Length 24-30 sessions with extension programs determined by the results of your child’s re-assessments. Generally, programs are completed in approximately 3 to 6 months time, with some children needing more time to achieve their goals.

In-Center sessions consist of one hour, two times a week. Each hour consists of the FNAT protocol, covering the complete process of neurobiological development every visit. 

Performance reports are provided at intake, week 5, and week 10 following assessments.  The results are emailed to you and reviewed at parent conferences.  A follow-up assessment takes place approximately three months after completing the program.


Initial Evaluation

The initial assessment can be completed in one hour.  Assessments are unique to the FNAT protocol and intended to identify areas of neuro-motor inefficiency.  This establishes baseline numbers for your child and a means by which to measure growth during your child’s journey.  Upon completion, you will be provided with a detailed report of your child’s results.

Our program is drug-free. It does not replace medical advice, rather it complements it.

 We are also happy to collaborate with your child’s other service providers and will schedule time to speak with any practitioners you provide information releases for.

We are here for you, as well as your child. Our doors, phone lines, and emails are open for communication for any question, concern, or comment no matter how big or small it may seem.