You're worried and frustrated
Worrying can be very tiring. And it doesn't help you or your child either.
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With or without a diagnosis, it's time to start doing something about it.
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Brain research offers hope
Brain research now says "the brain is like a muscle".
Meaning that, if you exercise cognitive ability, you can improve it.
Books like The Brain That Changes Itself by Dr Norman Doidge talk about many people who have changed their brain beyond their diagnosis.
We use evidence based online programs. Trusted globally since the 1990s by speech pathologists and whole school districts with great results.
To learn, grow and thrive
With a bit of work, you can speed up the brain's ability to learn:
For better learning, reading, spelling, communication and social skills.
Thanks to the latest evidence based brain research that says "the brain is like a muscle."
Are you interested?
The last 30 years of brain research has proven that our brains are more
flexible than we ever believed. We now see the brain more like a muscle!
It means that cognitive weaknesses in functions like memory can be strengthened.
Understanding neuroplasticity is bringing hope to struggling learners and anyone recovering from a brain injury.
Watch these videos to discover more...
Courtesy of: We're All Equal - 18 February 2017
This could be the best 2 minutes of your life! Noah was born with just 2% of a brain. But against the odds, his family worked tirelessly on developing what was there. Then at age 4, Noah's brain scans showed something very remarkable and very unexpected - his brain had grown to 80%! Noah is showing doctors in England and around the world the power and potential of neuroplasticity.
Courtesy of: Perth Brain Centre - 21 September 2017
This short video gives a simple explanation of neuroplasticity and how the neural pathways in our brain get wired and rewired. The animation also helps to understand it. Learn how everything that you think, and feel changes your brain physically to make connections with the rest of your body to make you move.
Courtesty of Trevor Ragan (Train Ugly) - 1 November 2018
What you believe about learning will govern how you feel and behave. If you believe that learning will always be difficult, you'll be tempted to always take the easy way out. Conversely, if you believe that learning will always be easy, how long can you sustain your effort when challenged? Trevor is amazing and his video gives a good explanation of how important it is.
Courtesy of Stanford - 4 November 2015
In just 20 minutes, respected Stanford professor Bruce McCandliss will help you understand how neuroscience is shifting education. Through fMRI imaging, we are now able to measure the effectiveness of different teaching methods safely on children and how this research will soon change outcomes for children who learn differently.
Courtesy of Wise Channel - 26 October 2013
Educators are beginning to embrace the Science of Reading. This is an interdisciplinary body of research involving cognitive psychology, neuroscience, linguists and educators. Because they now see inside the brain with high tech imaging, they are developing methods of teaching that are scientifically proven to increase literacy rates. This 30 minute lecture will fascinate educators, learning advocates and parents alike.
Courtesy of Fast ForWord/Scientific Learning - 10 September 2008
Michael Merzenich - Professor Emeritus Neuroscientist at the University of California, San Francisco discusses his research and work on autism and it's relationship to language and learning challenges. Professor Merzenich is known as 'the father of neuroscience'.
Courtesy of Redesign My Brain - 10 December 2015
Follow TV Presenter and motivational speaker Todd Sampson on this episode with Dr Michael Merzenich as he improves his brain before your eyes.