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The Class Disruptions, Study Issues, and Meltdowns of the Last Two Years Are GONE!

The Class Disruptions, Study Issues, and Meltdowns of the Last Two Years Are GONE!

Bella is a bright, funny, social little girl who had trouble focusing in school. Bella & I spent hours every night working through homework… most nights these sessions would end in tears and Bella telling me that she didn’t understand why it was so hard for her. It wasn’t hard for her friends. She started telling me that she was stupid and couldn’t learn. It was heartbreaking for me… I felt like such a bad mom, but I didn’t know what else I could possibly do to help her.

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New kids on the block, breaking free from past treatments for ADHD and Dyslexia

New kids on the block, breaking free from past treatments for ADHD and Dyslexia

Science and progression is happening every day. More and more people are accepting the idea of neurotherapy, but it is still unknown by many.   Why can’t there be a new permanent solution to the normal problems associated with learning difficulties?  

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100% First-Year Success Rate - A Permanent Solution To Learning Difficulties

100% First-Year Success Rate - A Permanent Solution To Learning Difficulties

learning

is astounding. We’ve heard time and time again from parents about how much potential they see in their child. That’s what we do; unlock your child’s full potential. After the

evaluation

and short preview of the program, most kids start coming around to the idea that physical and mental exercises, that don’t mimic traditional schooling, can help them.

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Dyslexia Test, a quick guide to check if your child is Dyslexic

Dyslexia Test, a quick guide to check if your child is Dyslexic

It has been estimated that around 35% of CEOs and self-made millionaires are

dyslexic

. Other estimates though say around 40% of prison inmates are

dyslexic

. There can be great success or painful frustration. It would seem that if you can harness the true potential of

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Find out your child’s learning style!

Find out your child’s learning style!

he three learning styles are auditory, visual, and kinesthetic. The first two learning styles are more commonly known, but the third is not. Coincidently, most children with learning difficulties have a preference for kinesthetic. Also, kinesthetic is the least commonly taught way to learning in school systems.

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Medicating children with ADHD / ADD ... 3 biggest complaints

Medicating children with ADHD / ADD ... 3 biggest complaints

The main treatment for ADHD that doctors recommend is to medicate your child. The most common misconception is that there is not an

alternative for medication

or to taking drugs. In reality, there are many different alternatives to these drugs; they just haven’t been fully accepted by the medical community. I understand these drugs do work for a minority of people, but we have heard story after story of how much of a hassle these drugs are to take. Here are the three biggest complaints we hear.

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How to Concentrate to Help Improve Your Child’s Grades

How to Concentrate to Help Improve Your Child’s Grades

Do you believe your child has difficulty concentrating or maybe has some type of learning problem? Is your goal to get your child labeled ADHD, ADD, Dyslexic or Autistic and to be medicated for the rest of their life? Do you really believe that any school has a system in place that can help your child after they are labeled? When looking for a program, do you ask yourself “can it solve my child’s difficulty concentrating permanently, naturally, and without using medications?”

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Educational Therapy can be helpful with learning disabilities

Educational Therapy can be helpful with learning disabilities

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.

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Difficulty Concentrating? We can help!

Difficulty Concentrating? We can help!

We will begin by doing simple exercises with our students, such as holding two pencils six inches away from the student’s face that are approximately twelve inches apart. We simply have the student switch their focus from one pencil to the other as many times as possible within ten seconds. Most students with a learning difficulty will over/under shoot the pencils or their eyes may dip downwards.

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Is your child easily distracted?

Is your child easily distracted?

Think about all the distractions we face every day… distractions, such as another person tapping their pen or foot, a person walking by, or your own thoughts taking you away in a day dream. These things can cause a person to have difficulty concentrating. It’s hard for any person to stay completely focused and not be easily distracted on a task, but it can be unbelievably hard for anyone with a learning difficulty such as ADHD or Dyslexia.

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Understanding why your child has an emotional meltdown

Understanding why your child has an emotional meltdown

n that moment, nothing else matters to the child.  To them, all that matters is whatever they were thinking about and any interruption to it is a threat.  By not conceptualizing and seeing the big picture, children will focus all their attention on continuing the activity they were engaged in.  This usually comes across as seeing the child or adult as not being able to focus, then getting labeled ADHD or ADD.

 

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