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Unlocking Your Brain’s Potential with BrainyAct: A Path to Optimal Brain Health

Unlocking Your Brain’s Potential with BrainyAct: A Path to Optimal Brain Health Are you ready to embark on a transformative journey towards enhancing your cognitive abilities, attention span, behavior, life skills, and emotional regulation? Look no further than BrainyAct, an all-inclusive software platform designed to optimize brain health. The BrainyAct Difference BrainyAct stands out as […]

Neuroplasticity: Does It Ever Stop?

Neuroplasticity is a term that has been making waves in the world of neuroscience and cognitive science. It refers to the brain’s remarkable ability to reorganize itself, both structurally and functionally, in response to learning, experience, and environmental influences. But there’s a burning question on many minds: Does neuroplasticity have an age at which it […]

What is Neurodiversity? Demystifying the Beautiful Tapestry of Minds

Have you ever marveled at a garden filled with a myriad of flowers, each with its own unique colors and fragrances? Imagine if we applied the same perspective to our minds – recognizing and celebrating the diverse ways they work. This is the heart and soul of Neurodiversity. Unveiling the Tapestry of Minds At its […]

Unlocking Emotional Regulation: The Power of Brain Training

Imagine a world where you possess the ability to navigate your emotions with grace and poise, regardless of life’s challenges. Emotional regulation, the art of managing and responding to emotions effectively, plays a pivotal role in our mental well-being. While it might seem like an elusive skill, recent advancements in neuroscience have shed light on […]

Autism Spectrum Disorder: Understanding the Spectrum Within

Greetings, fellow explorers of the mind! Today, we embark on a journey to explore the captivating world of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Like a tapestry woven with a myriad of colors and patterns, the autism spectrum is as diverse as the people it encompasses. In this article, we’ll delve into the intricacies of ASD, demystify […]

Unraveling the Connection Between ADHD and Retained Primitive Reflexes

Hey there, readers! Today, we’re diving into the fascinating world of ADHD and exploring an intriguing connection with something called “retained primitive reflexes.” Now, while ADHD can sometimes be a challenge to navigate, understanding how these reflexes come into play might just offer some valuable insights. So, let’s get to it! The Basics of ADHD: […]

The first step in an ADHD, Autism, and Dyslexia intervention is to fill the cracks in the foundations – Starting with the cerebellum.

Different disorders, common symptoms, yet no commonality of treatment ADHD, autism, dyslexia, and other learning disabilities are separate, complex, diagnoses, yet have interconnected and overlapping symptoms in areas of academic learning, language and communication, attention, coordinative movements, emotional regulation, social interactions, and other behaviors. Due to this interconnectivity, most children get multiple diagnoses. So, how […]

Try this Simple Balance Test of Brain Performance

Children with ADHD, dyslexia, autism, sensory processing disorders, and learning disabilities often struggle to learn in school. They also have another thing in common, they experience difficulties with balance and performing motor tasks that require coordination, sequencing, and control. When you don’t feel in control of your body, you have a hard time playing sports, […]

How balance improves reading proficiency

Learning to read is critical to a child’s overall well-being. A child with proficient learning skills, i.e., fluent speed, accuracy, expression, and comprehension, will be in a much better position to maintain a fulfilling, productive life. Our education system is devoted to teaching our children to read, with Phonics programs, tutoring, and extra practice which […]

How to integrate primitive reflexes

When parents are expecting a baby, they dream of the incredible future that’s in store for their child. A child is born with a set of primitive reflexes that provide for initial survival. Those primitive reflexes are supposed to disappear for the baby to continue to develop. If that process is blocked or delayed and […]

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