success stories

THE FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL, HER TEACHER CAME UP TO ME AND SAID, “WOW, I CAN SEE A HUGE DIFFERENCE IN KATELYN THIS YEAR!"

We came across Play Attention last year for my daughter, Katelyn. We’ve been homeschooling for 5 years, and I noticed that she had some cognitive issues, as well as significant trouble focusing when we were doing school work. I thought she might have ADD or ADHD, like her older brother and me. When I would try to show or teach her something, her eyes would wander, and she would often bring up things that had nothing to do with the lesson, such as asking when she would get to play her favorite...

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PLAY ATTENTION PROGRAM IS DOING ITS JOB WITH HELPING MY SON IMPROVE HIS ABILITY TO PERFORM TASKS

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We started the program on August 30, 2019. The difference between his August 21, 2019 and March 7, 2020 FOCUS test results show quantitative proof that the Play Attention program is doing its job with helping my son improve his ability to perform tasks in a consistent and timely manner by improving his ability to focus on the task at hand.

With the initial FOCUS test on Joonas' consistency, he was accurate and responsive only 43% of the time for his age group when doing the "boring" or mundane...

NEW SUCCESS STORY! PLAY ATTENTION & JORDAN'S SUPERPOWER!

"Your child is mentally retarded!"

"He is smart but lacks focus, he is all over the place."

"We would love to help but can’t."

"I am not sure that I am treating the right thing, I think something is happening neurologically, he needs further testing before we can continue therapy!"

"I don’t think he belongs at this school, you need to find somewhere else for him."

These are just a few of the comments that I have had to endure as a parent for a son who is loving, intelligent and...

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PLAY ATTENTION FOR PEAK PERFORMANCE TRAINING!

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As the mom of a single child, I am very guilty of doing everything for my child, usually to my own demise.

We hated doing homework! Instead of giving my child the chance to do it on her own and in her own way, I did it for her.

I heard about the Study Methods course presented by the Play Attention Biolink Center, but I thought it is only for children struggling to learn; Alexja was a 90%+ student so she didn’t need it. How wrong was I!

In 2016, when Alexja was in Grade 5, I decided to enroll...