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Giving Back to Those Who Serve Us

Reading Time: 3 minutes First responders and active military encounter unique challenges while on duty, and this highly intensive role can affect physical and mental health. Clients express concerns regarding lack of quality sleep and high-stress levels. NeurOptimal® training can provide relief from the negative effects of such a strenuous occupation. Sessions can help first responders, active military and

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How Athletes Can Effortlessly Gain a Competitive Performance Edge

Reading Time: 3 minutes “The most important distance between you and the ball, puck, player, or whatever you are playing against is the 6 inches between your ears.” Up to 90% of athletes’ performance has been shown to have links to underlying psychological factors, both positive and negative1. The mental benefits of neurofeedback training extend beyond mindfulness to physical

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How To Parent Gifted and Twice Exceptional Children with Less Stress

Reading Time: 5 minutes Raising an exceptionally gifted child can be interesting, exciting, and…exceptionally stressful.  You may have noticed that your child is reading at a significantly higher level than their peers, intrigued by concepts beyond their age, or academically accelerating to the point of being bored in the classroom. It can be challenging for parents to meet the

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What Difference Can Five Sessions Make?

Reading Time: 5 minutes Could just five sessions of NeurOptimal® neurofeedback training really help? When Nikki Sopchak of Serenity Neurofeedback chose to partner with the Dorna Centre Home for Autistic Children in Uganda, the plan was for all 31 children to receive at least 30 neurofeedback sessions over the course of the spring semester. Then COVID-19 sent the boarding

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Transforming Lives for Children with Autism in Uganda

Reading Time: 6 minutes 7 Children at the Dorna Centre Home for Autism in Kampala, Uganda (Daniel L., Leone M., Elijah M., Jacob M., Justice A., Elijah K., and Robert A.) are in need of sponsorships for the spring semester. What if we lived in a culture where people called autistic children “mad”? In a recent feature on autism by

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How Your Child Can Enjoy Reading With NeurOptimal®

Reading Time: 4 minutes “My son’s school did a reading assessment on him recently, and he scored on a 6th grade level in both Fluency and Comprehension – one grade level above. Not bad for a kid previously diagnosed with Dyslexia.” – D.M., Frisco, TX It is well known that reading is vital for children to develop intellectual and

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