Improving The Brain Processing Skills With Brainyarcade®

There are reports that say around 15 to 20 percent of Americans are affected by a form of learning disabilities or disorders. With cognitive brain dysfunctions impacting a great deal of individuals, treatments that go beyond conventional, largely ineffective remedies are needed.

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An innovative program, which uses the most advanced brain-based technologies, helps re-train and develop the brain processing skills of the (eliminate) children and young adults. NTLgroup® calls it the BrainyArcade® program (not treatment – medical professionals get a little testy with the use of the word treatment).

It employs individualized programs that collect cognitive data through documentation and imaging, which are then summarized and analyzed. Wit these With this information, a development program is designed for the individual, in which his IQ development, learning, cognitive progress, social maturity skills, and behaviors are given focus.

The BrainyArcade® program allows the individual to undergo various exercises, such as electroencephalogram-based video games, computer-based exercises, and physical development tests. During these workouts, brain activity is observed continuously and stimulates his progress during the process.

Determining and addressing the cause of brain problems, the child will see an improvement in his ability to perform not just academically, but also in day-to-day life. The program is supported by concrete results, with patients’ average IQ scores being raised 15 to 25 points, as well as one to two functional grade levels.

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Dr. Curtis Cripe is a neuroengineer with a diverse multidisciplinary background in various sciences and fields and works as the research and development division director of the NTLgroup®. He is also a notable international speaker on cognitive brain function and analysis. To read more of his contribution to the industry, follow this link.

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