Learning About Attention Helps Us Inform Individualized Treatment and Learning Strategies

February 11th, 2020|0 Comments

What do we mean when we tell someone to pay attention to us? How can we tell they’re not paying attention? And what parts of the brain come into play when someone is (or isn’t) paying attention? While these questions are very interesting to many of us, they're especially so to parents with ADHD children. Plus, adults who have ADHD or other neurological differences will also find them relevant. After all, these underlying issues with attention contribute to so many of the challenges that pop up in the classroom and elsewhere.

Auditory Processing: Can Learning to LISTEN Be Remedied?

October 15th, 2019|0 Comments

Auditory processing refers to the way by which sound is received by the ear and then processed in the brain. It is an incredibly complex process that stimulates a wide connection of neural networks—more than one might initially think. In fact, the brain has to receive and make sense of this sensory stimulus in a matter of micro-seconds.


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