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Autism Spectrum, Dyslexia, and Developmental Disorders
Groundbreaking work with neuroplastic (brain learning) techniques are yielding results that are re-writing the book on what is possible in brain development.
Rewiring the brain is a step by step process; there are no quick fixes, but steady progress can be made. Dyslexic, autistic spectrum, and developmental disorders have demonstrated significant reductions in symptoms and substantial functional gains in record time.
Neurofeedback is a powerful tool in the improvement of function, sensory filtering and coherence. It can also help with the emotional difficulties often associated with dyslexic, autism spectrum, and developmental disorders.
We follow the lead of Marty Wuttke in the United States. In addition to being a developer and pioneer in neurofeedback therapy with over 30 years experience, Marty is clinical director of the Jacob’s Ladder school (named after Marty’s son) in Atlanta. Jacob’s Ladder is a world leader in autistic spectrum, dyslexia and development disorders, using neurofeedback and neuroplastic techniques to achieve results previously deemed unattainable.
Following on their success, we recommend an integrated 'back to basics' approach using neurofeedback therapy in combination with Neurofield (more infor here) the at-home ILS sound therapy system (more info here) for autistic spectrum, dyslexia, and developmental disorders.
Whole brain approach
- Nutrition and Digestive health programme to reduce neurotoxins and help restore neurotransmitter balance.
- iLs Sensory Integration to train basic sensory skills that may have been missing or incomplete in early brain development.
- Neurofield to help deeply entrenched brain patterns become more flexible.
- Neurofeedback to help restore function, emotional balance, increase processing speed and improve communication between brain areas.
If you would like to arrange an assessment, contact us.
Neurofeedback has reduced -----'s anxiety. He is able to go out to busy places now. Because of this he now access's a variety of activities that he can learn from.
The real-time feedback helps users to reproduce distinct normal brain states and promises to be an innovative way to foster brain changes without adverse effects.
Dr. Ruth Lanius, Lawson Health Research Institute
'Our research has clearly demonstrated that neurofeedback can enhance both cognitive ability and creativity... I believe that this approach has much to offer in the area of special needs.'
John Gruzelier, PhD. Professor of Neuroscience at Goldsmiths College, University of London.