Building Foundations of Hope
Neuroplasticity is what gives us the ability to change the brain to affect learning and behavior. So how do our brain-training programs do this? We work in three areas:
What does our brain-training program look like?
In order to build the nerve pathways needed for change in the areas of learning and/or behavior, repetitive and consistent activities are required. We call this "specific stimulation". Just like an Olympic athlete trains by doing repetitive activities day in and day out to be the best in the world at what they do, an individual on our brain-training program does neurodevelopment activities for a specific amount of time each day. Brain-training requires you to do an activity frequently with great intensity for short durations of time in order to achieve your desired outcome.
If you stick with it, you and/or your child
will have success in learning, behavior, and life!
Our programs are written to be done at home. You do not have to take anyone anywhere to get help because our programs are done in the privacy of your own home and at your own pace. We give you the knowledge and support you need throughout your entire time on program. You will see improvement in tactility, organization, focus, language, and mobility. These improvements happen over a period of time -- some happen faster than others, but they do happen!
Stimulation of the
Five Physical Senses
Our brain-training program is based on the fascinating science of neuroplasticity,
which refers to the "ability of the brain to change in response to new demands or sensations from the environment" regardless of age!
Physical Activities for Improving Children's Learning and Behavior
If like an Olympic athlete you are willing to put in the time and effort needed, you will see great success!