Unlike traditional treatments for learning disabilities that simply work around the problems, neurofeedback aims to improve the function of the brain and increase the capacity for learning. Neurofeedback training has been shown to be effective in several problem areas that those with learning disabilities face.
Neurofeedback can help improve learning in:
- Visual and auditory processing
Because learning involves communication between different areas of the brain, it is imperative that these areas be in sync as a small deficiency in timing can result in far reaching problems with learning. We use neurofeedback to train the brain and enhance coordination and communication between the different areas of the brain associated with learning.
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