Attention deficits correlate with decreased activity in attention networks in the brain’s frontal lobe. Significant research supports the use of EEG data to help target these networks and provide lasting improvements in attention. Our approach is particularly useful for those who do not respond well to medications or who wish to avoid relying on medications to address their attention issues.
Less precise forms of EEG usage already enjoy widespread use for addressing problems associated with learning differences, and the emotional and attention challenges that can accompany learning differences. Our approach builds on this record of success, adding an unparalleled level of accuracy and targeted analysis to help frustrated learners gain more control over their learning than they ever thought possible.