CME does not teach basic motor skills such as rolling or crawling. Isn’t it important that my child master these skills?

The focus of CME is to provide stimulation of complex reflexive responses.  This approach awakens the child’s innate desire to perform motor skills previously ignored.  CME children often spontaneously fill in the blanks – mastering rolling, crawling, etc without significant prompting.  Additionally, the home program may contain environmental prompts designed to promote the development of intermediary motor skills.