Knowing More and Doing Better: A Mother, Educator, and Business Founder Discovers the Holistic Cognitive Effects of Forbrain®

by Amy BOREL, Speech-Language Pathologist

This month I had the pleasure of speaking with Charlotte Davies, founder of a company called Fit-2-Learn, fierce researcher, and educationalist in England. In the first few moments of speaking with Charlotte, it was clear that she had a deep passion for helping people, especially children, reach their cognitive potential.

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Occupational Therapist uses Forbrain® technology to improve therapy outcomes for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

by Amy BOREL, Speech-Language Pathologist

Recently, I had the opportunity to talk with an Occupational Therapist about how Forbrain® has worked in her practice, and why she considers it a staple in her therapy toolbox.

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What's The Difference Between Hearing and Listening?

by Forbrain Team

There is often confusion about the difference between hearing and listening. This is partly because listening depends on the ability to hear. Generally, however, hearing refers to the ability to process sounds and is considered an automatic process that is not consciously directed. The physiology of the ear and the brain is such that sound waves are received in the ear and sent to the brain for automatic decoding.

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Sensory Processing Disorder Subtypes and Activities That Help

by Amy BOREL, Speech-Language Pathologist

What is Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD)?

Sensory processing, or sensory integration, refers to the way your nervous system interprets sensory messages and turns them into the appropriate physical responses.

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Tips for Raising a Highly Sensitive Child

by Amy BOREL, Speech-Language Pathologist

Is your child highly sensitive? Dr. Elaine Aron, author of The Highly Sensitive Child: Helping Our Children Thrive When the World Overwhelms Them, tells us that up to twenty percent of children can be classified as being highly sensitive.

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How Forbrain can help AD(H)D

by Forbrain Team

There are several aspects of the Forbrain device that suggest it can be helpful with AD(H)D and developmental disorders.

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Activities for Children with Sensory Processing Disorder

by Amy BOREL, Speech-Language Pathologist

Sensory processing, or sensory integration, refers to the way your nervous system interprets sensory messages and turns them into the appropriate physical responses.

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