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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

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.

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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?  

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A Breakthrough Program Pinpoints Problem Areas in Your Brain and Works Specifically on Them

A Breakthrough Program Pinpoints Problem Areas in Your Brain and Works Specifically on Them

There are very few people who are good at everything. Sure, they may seem to be, but if you asked them, they’d likely list a myriad of areas where they feel they lack confidence.

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When His IEP Failed to Improve His Grades, Our Program Succeeded

When His IEP Failed to Improve His Grades, Our Program Succeeded

Alex* was a freshman in high school when he started the Learning Technics program through Pheno Brain Training in 2014. He was depressed and suffered from anxiety. He had an IEP, but his grades and behavior weren’t improving. His mother said he was unorganized, unfocused, and had trouble turning in assignments even after he’d completed them. She was very frustrated. Alex started the program and not only did his grades improve, but his teachers noticed a difference in his behavior. His mother said, “The usual negative observations about my son had changed to markedly improved by all his teachers as the year progressed.”

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20% of Kids Have Learning Issues. Does Yours?

20% of Kids Have Learning Issues. Does Yours?

There are many types of learning disorders. The Learning Disabilities Association of America (LDA) identifies eleven different categories of neurologically-based processing problems. Each has a link if you’d like to learn more.

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When One Mom Said No to ADD Medication

When One Mom Said No to ADD Medication

We were at our wits end,” She had seen some ads on Facebook about Pheno Brain Training, but was skeptical. After watching the  PBS video, having a free evaluation done by Pheno Brain Training, speaking with two other moms whose kids were in the program and were very happy with the results they were seeing, she decided it was worth a try. I felt like I had three choices - medication, Pheno Brain Training, or essential oils, which she was using to help Matt with focus.  Pheno Brain Training seemed like best long-term solution.

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Tips for Combatting Impulse Control Issues at Home and School

Tips for Combatting Impulse Control Issues at Home and School

There are some things you can do to help your child in school and at home. Here are some solutions from the specialists at PhenoBrain Training you can try.

Don’t Forget Positive Reinforcement - Have a consequence for bad behaviors, but also respond to good behaviors with praise.

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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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