ADHD/Learning Difficulty – At-Home Neurotiming Therapy For Children Announced

Go Get Focused, a learning development company, announces its neurological brain-based training program to improve various conditions in children such as ADHD, hyperactivity, impulsive behavior, anxiety, as well as poor concentration, coordination, and processing skills.

With this announcement, the company aims to provide children with a proven therapeutic approach developed by a leading board-certified childhood developmental disorders practitioner.

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Now clients will have access to a high-quality at-home training program, instead of spending money on doctors’ consultations that might not produce the result hoped for.

Poor neurotiming is a consistent finding in studies of children who struggle with learning difficulties, developmental disorders, or acquired neurological injuries or illnesses. Improving these conditions is connected to improving the child’s neurotiming.

Go Get Focused’s neurotiming program is a computerized training tool that helps the brain keep in rhythm with the body so that the two are perfectly in sync with each other. This is done by training the brain, using the person’s auditory and visual senses, to respond physically in sync with repetitive, steady audio and visual beats. Visual beats are illustrated in a variety of colorful animated mini-movies such as basketball drops and ball launches.

This method trains the brain to keep in rhythm with a variety of different body movements and directionality responding to the beats. Phases 1, 2, and 3 use both hands, both toes and heels, and hand/foot combo training routines, respectively.

Consistently repeating these actions for ten minutes a day at least four times a week will start to produce neuroplasticity results after six months. Neuroplasticity refers to the brain’s amazing ability to forge new thinking patterns when given enough time and repetition.

Go Get Focused measures the child’s improvement in early/late hits with a normal ratio being around 50%. People with neurotiming difficulties most often start with a high percentage and gradually improve as their brain starts to make new brain connections.

Parents have reported significant improvement in their child’s grades, ability to focus, emotional regulation, as well as their social skills.

A satisfied customer said, “We noticed a change in our daughter’s behavior after just one week. She is more responsive to suggestions and her moods have changed for the better. She listens to our asking questions and does things without fighting back. Her anxiety has gotten better and her sleep patterns have improved.”

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