A Permanent Solution to ADHD & Dyslexia

A Permanent Solution to ADHD & Dyslexia

Forget medication. While medicine can help some of these kids with focus issues, we believe that it’s really just putting a Bandaid on a symptom. The real problem is the way their brains process the information they are presented. 

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Finally, Good News for Parents? of Kids Taking ADD/ADHD Medication

Finally, Good News for Parents of Kids Taking ADD/ADHD Medication

Posted by George Hersh on 2/22/16 11:36 AM  

Your child is bright. You know that, and if he or she has been diagnosed with ADD or ADHD, you need to understand that your child’s problem is not intellectual, it’s neurological.

The good news is that ADD and ADHD can be corrected through physio-neuro treatment - permanently! We know it sounds too good to be true...a permanent fix? For ADD or ADHD? It’s true! We see it every day at Pheno Brain Training, right here in Overland Park. We see kids get off of their medication within 60 to 90 days of starting the therapy program. They simply don’t need it.

 

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We imagine you are at least a tiny bit skeptical. That’s to be expected. We encourage you to come in and hear more about the program. Talk to other parents who have seen dramatic changes in their child’s ability to learn, enjoyment in school, and even relationships with siblings and parents. We are excited about this program because we see the results on a daily basis.

 

 We’d love to help your child reach his or her potential.  For more information, feel free to call us and ask as many questions as you’d like. Our number is (913) 608-9343.

 

Our blog topics are about understanding and improving the way we learn

You will find a variety of topics and tips to help with your or your loved ones learning challenges

The world of Physio Nuerotherapy is evolving quickly in regards to how a child learns as well as how adults learn. Pheno Brain Training is commited to staying on the edge and reporting the latest industry findings as well as providing helpful tips on a variety of related topics. Please check in often or even subscribe to our blog. 

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Educational Therapy can be helpful with learning disabilities

Educational Therapy can be helpful with learning disabilities

Posted by Mark Hersh on 1/20/15 9:00 AM

You may never heard of the phrase “position in space”, but everyone knows someone who has a weak position in space processing skill.   In our educational therapy program, position in space refers to a person’s ability to determine relationships. This can range from a person’s physical position when talking with another person, to understanding where one fits into society, work or school. These relationships can be both physical and emotional. This learning process is not usually addressed with a traditional tutor.

Have you ever known someone who gets uncomfortably close during a conversation or maybe they stand way back? Either way, it can distract from the conversation making it difficult to focus on what is important. These are physical symptoms of someone with a low position in space.   Other physical symptoms are not being able to find a car in a parking lot or you may easily lose your place on the page as you read.

Emotional symptoms can be even more damaging to ones life as they are not able to understand personal relationships with other people. Some people may act like they’re your best friend when in reality you aren’t that close. Or maybe someone doesn’t understand how important he or she is to you. Also, if you notice someone who switches from being very shy to obnoxious, that can be another emotional symptom.

What is truly amazing is most of the time people who demonstrate these behaviors are completely unaware they are doing something unnatural or different. It can be glaringly obvious to others, but nothing is different in their mind. Through our life management skills and exercises in our programs, we are able to increase ones position in space processing skill and it can be drastically life changing.

A low position in space is one of the more common weaknesses we see when doing our evaluations. Behind Size, Mental picture, and Figure Ground, it is the most common weakness we see with children and adults with learning disabilities.   Once this processing skill is strengthened a whole new world emerges and great relationships are built. This can also dramatically help with school work.

One of the great side benefits we have noticed with our first students who have graduated, is the relationship that is built between the student and trainer (usually one of the parents). Our programs consists of the student and trainer meeting with us, the instructor, one day a week for an hour and completing the exercises at home five days a week. So, the student and trainer spend an hour together almost everyday for six-months. Then, you add in that we are teaching them about their position in space and how to understand relationships, the student realizes how much the trainer is trying to help them succeed in school and in life. This creates a great bond between the two. We’ve even heard a student say they don’t want to graduate from the program because they enjoy the time together so much. We’ve especially seen this in kids who are part of a big family with many siblings who may not feel as connected as they’d like to be with their parents. It is very exciting to see how many different ways this program helps kids and their parents.

There are 10 neurological processes, including position in space, that our program strengthens which has made the rusults of our program so overwhelmingly successful. Our entire program focuses on developing connections so the brain can correctly process information. To learn more about these neurological processes and our program, please visit:http://www.phenobraintrianing.com

The world of Physio Nuerotherapy is evolving quickly in regards to how a child learns as well as how adults learn. Pheno Brain Training is commited to staying on the edge and reporting the latest industry findings as well as providing helpful tips on a variety of related topics. Please check in often or even subscribe to our blog. 

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To Medicate or Not? Biggest Complaints on ADD/ADHD Medications

To Medicate or Not?  Biggest Complaints on ADD/ADHD Medications

According to the Center for Disease Control, more than 11 percent of children ages 4 to 17 have been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).  What was the basis for their diagnosis?  We have found that many parents take their kids to the doctor after they have experienced issues at school.  The easiest and most prescribed treatment for ADHD by doctors is to medicate the child. But, is this your only option?

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Is Your Child Dyslexic? TAKE THESE TESTS!

Did you know that dyslexia is one of the most common learning difficulties affecting children and adults? It is now estimated that about 17 percent of the population is dyslexic. People who have dyslexia usually struggle with reading, writing, and spelling. They tend to excel at other areas in school and work and show signs of very high intelligence. Throughout this article, we will give you some quick tests to check if your child may be dyslexic. We will also explain dyslexia in more detail and show you some benefits (yes, there are some benefits) to having dyslexia.

One of the telltale signs that your child (or you) has dyslexia is the reversal of letters or words. They may see b as d or see the word “was” instead of “saw”. They lack the neuron connections in the brain that tell them what the order of letters should be as they read. This can also be classified as a visual processing disorder. As you can imagine, it makes reading comprehension almost impossible. Other signs of dyslexia can be excessively sloppy handwriting and poor time management. These symptoms are not definitive as dyslexia, but may be a sign of it.  There are a variety of tests one that can be taken to see if you or your child has dyslexia.  

Surprisingly, there are benefits to dyslexia.  One of the great ones is the ability to think in 3D. Often times your child (or you) will have very detailed memories of certain events or locations they attended. The ability to think in 3D can be very beneficial, but the 2D world where most of school takes place can be very difficult. Certain jobs are tailor-made for people with dyslexia. Imagine being a contractor and being able to have a complete 3D image of the house or structure you’re building in your head. They may not be able to read a blueprint, but to them it might not be necessary (they’ve already got a clear picture).

It has been estimated that around 20 percent of CEOs and self-made millionaires are dyslexic. What’s more, it is estimated that about 40 percent of prison inmates are dyslexic. Those statistics prove that there can be great success or painful frustration. If someone can harness the true potential of their dyslexia, they can be very successful. This can be accomplished with academic tutoring and brain training - building the required neurons needed to fully function in any environment.

There are many symptoms of dyslexia that make school very difficult. There are also some great benefits of dyslexia. If you can control the negative and focus on the positive, being dyslexic can be a great advantage in life. A neurotherapyprogram can rewire the brain, making academics easier. With the right tutoring program or dyslexia tutoring program, great success can be achieved.

Our Learning Technics program helps children and adults with dyslexia and other learning issues.  If you are not sure if you or your child has dyslexia, or you have been diagnosed, contact us.  We are your link to better learning.www.phenobraintraining.com.  

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