Top 5 Concerns from Parents!
Your concerns are more common than you think! Here are the top five concerns that we hear from parents: “My kid is smart BUT…” – he’s struggling in math, he doesn’t sound out words he doesn’t know, he just doesn’t retain it, has to study so hard but still fails the test, etc. “It takes […]
ADHD & Organization
Executive function is the process that allows us to organize, prioritize, and analyze. ADHD and other neurobiological problems can inhibit a person’s ability to do these seemingly normal tasks due to an abnormal dopamine level in their frontal lobe. Children with ADHD can struggle with organizing or remembering which books or supplies they’ll need for […]
Brain Training or Tutoring?
You may be wondering what the difference between brain training and tutoring is, and that’s a really great question that we’d love to answer. Each has their own purpose and understanding how they are different can benefit you or your child. Tutoring is ideal for students who: Brain training would be a good fit for […]
Executive Function & ADHD
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by inattention, impulsivity, hyperactivity and inappropriate age behaviors. ADHD has been portrayed as a behavior problem mostly in boys. It was thought that the child was being hyper or not listening. We now know that it is just as common in girls and the main […]