Does Your Child Exhibit these Issues?
Learning Disabilities & the Brain
It has been demonstrated that children with learning disabilities often have trouble paying attention, filtering out distractions and focusing. This wreaks havoc on their ability to learn, follow directions and often leads to behavioral issues. Children with learning disabilities face an uphill battle in a world that is going more technical and high-speed each day. The good news is that there is an all-natural approach that addresses many of the underlying factors that contribute to learning disabilities in children. The target of this approach is the brain.
BrainBeat & Learning Disabilities
BrainBeat is a drug-free, at-home training program shown to help children with learning disabilities. BrainBeat’s unique combination of physical & cognitive exercises trains the different parts of the brain to be better synchronized and organized. This improves focus, memory, and speeds up brain processing, making it easier for him/her to process information. BrainBeat is an all-natural solution to help your child catch up, and make faster gains in learning.
What is BrainBeat?
BrainBeat is a drug-free solution that can help your child in as little as 30 days with these areas:
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3rd Grader Now Excelling in School
Conner is in 3rd grade and is considered a social boy; he has a consistent circle of friends and plays both baseball and basketball.
Conner’s teachers and parents have expressed concern over his attention issues. He often has trouble attending to a task long enough to complete it, especially if the task is challenging to him.
After 7 weeks of training with Interactive Metronome, the same underlying technology contained in BrainBeat, he had demostrated a marked improvement in his ability to focus and concentrate, leading to positive reports from his teachers.
Unlike Any Other Brain Training Program…
BrainBeat is the most advanced at-home brain-training system in the world, based on Interactive Metronome, a proven technology used by 40,000 clinicians and educators worldwide.
It comes with a 60-day money-back guarantee, so why not give it a try?
BrainBeat Studied at Boys & Girls Club of America
Improvement in Reading and Math Skills
Improvement in Organizational & Communication Skills
Improvement in Ability to Pay Attention
Improvement in Ability to Avoid Frustration
Improvement in Ability to Listen
BrainBeat Product Reviews
Two of my sons, who have difficulties with attention and focus, used BrainBeat, and it has helped them in those areas. My youngest is adopted from the foster system, and using BrainBeat noticeably helped him to improve. After having him for three months and using Brainbeat, among other factors (counseling, homeschooling, and parenting) his case workers were amazed, and said he was a whole different kid. While BrainBeat is not a complete fix-all for a child’s problems, it is an excellent tool to add in a many pronged strategy. Right now, two of my sons are on maintenance. There are similar programs through doctors/therapy that can cost up to $5,000, so the cost of BrainBeat is much more reasonable, comparatively speaking.
Love using Brainbeat with my grandson. He is always anxious to conquer new worlds, improve his school, and hopefully perform better at school.
Brain Beat helped my older grandson, age 10, to focus more and his teacher noticed a change in his attention at school. However, it was not as big a change as I had hoped for. He still seems to have focus issues. He has gone back to re-do some of the sessions and I will encourage him to do so in the future.
The program did not seem to work for my younger grandson, age 7, who is diagnosed with ADHD. He got over-stimulated by all the noise on the earphones and by the visuals. I am waiting til he is a little older to re-introduce it.
My son enjoyed doing it and progressively got better as he continued sessions. But I didn’t notice much difference in his attention span and/or ability to focus.
My 8 year old dyslexic daughter uses the program here at home. She likes it but wishes more of the games were about animals ( like building the robot dog). As a parent , I felt it was a bit pricey but I did what I could to raise the money and was disappointed it only came with one set ( not multiplayer). My daughter would like to play it with her friends and cousins that come over. Any ideas on how to make it multiplayer?
The customer service was excellent at Brain Beat, they dealt with my issue with speed, accuracy and courtesy.
Help Your Child Achieve Success!
With BrainBeat, you now have a scientifically-based, non-invasive, drug-free tool to help your child overcome the obstacles that are holding them back. The rewards are priceless! Try BrainBeat risk free today!