The NeuroNet Program is a developmental sequence of exercises designed to integrate temporal processing in perceptual-motor organization of movement sequences. These perceptual-motor procedures are currently being used by a variety of therapists and teachers in different professional areas, including audiology, speech therapy, occupational and physical therapy, education, psychology, and developmental optometry.
Although NeuroNet Program procedures may be used as adjuncts to other therapy programs, only a professional who follows a NeuroNet Software Exercise Sequence is providing a NeuroNet Program. Teachers and therapists offering NeuroNet exercises outside of the Clinical Practice Guide sequence may be providing NeuroNet procedures, but are not providing NeuroNet Programs.
Get your brain to practice what you want your brain to learn!!
CHILDREN WITH THE FOLLOWING BEHAVIORAL CONCERNS HAVE SHOWN SIGNIFICANT IMPROVEMENTS WITH NEURONET:
Auditory processing disorders:
· Speech delay
· Dyspraxia or apraxia of speech
· Developmental delays
· ADD ,ADHD and ASD
· Balance disorders
· High-functioning autism
· Doesn’t overhear and jump into conversations (often strikingly absent
· Frequently asks “what?” or needs repetition of questions and directions
· Auditory misperceptions (hears “cookie” for “cooking”; “hoot” for “hoop” etc.)
· Late talking
· Articulation problem: some speech sounds still incorrect or unclear
· Difficulty learning verbal sequences such as months of year, alphabet
· Minimal interest in books or school literacy activities
The goal of an individualized NeuroNet program is to help your child become an independent learner. Children who complete NeuroNet programs demonstrate improvements in reading, math, and handwriting. But more than just improvements in academic skills, children develop a “can-do” attitude toward learning. Children learn to predict that they can successful in learning.
NeuroNet programs center around 4 Key Concepts:
1. LEARN INDEPENDENTLY
Watch and learn, then think and do.
Engage in productive trial and error problem solving.
2. MAKE THE SPEED AND ACCURACY NETWORK
Develop fluency in early reading, handwriting, and math skills.
Learn how to use what you know to enhance new learning.
3. GET YOUR BRAIN TO PRACTICE WHAT YOU WANT YOUR BRAIN TO LEARN
To develop fluency, you must practice fluency.
4. SELF-EVALUATION IS THE KEY TO MOTIVATION
Learn to self-evaluate and to equate effort and practice with improvements in performance.
Per session: $70