Forbrain featured on CNBC’s Advancements TV

by Abhirup Maitra

In a segment aired on CNBC’s Advancements TV on 21 September 2019, Forbrain was put under the spotlight as the show attempted to educate viewers as to how Sound For Life is empowering children and adults to reach their full potential, improve their quality of life through brain stimulation and truly making an impact on people’s lives. Advancements TV, presented by Ted Danson aims to explore recent developments in technology, manufacturing, sustainability etc. This episode particularly focused on Neurotechnology and devices that are being used to enhance cognitive skills.

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Teachers and Parents review Forbrain for improving Attention and Memory

by Howard Rankin

One of the main principles of Forbrain is retraining. When Alfred Tomatis was developing his ideas more than fifty years ago, there wasn’t the neuroscience research there is today, but today’s science has proven that Albert Tomatis was right – the brain can be retrained. This principle of neuroplasticity is now a key understanding of how the brain works – it is being retrained constantly.

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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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Parents review on how Forbrain helped their kids with Reading and Speech Fluency

by Howard Rankin

We are constantly programming our brains. While the brain is the main computer that drives so many functions of mind and body, it is also a computer we train with our thoughts and actions, mostly unconsciously.

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Importance of Kinetic Chain  Development of motor skills among school children

by Charlotte Davies

A child is born and the one sense they have myelinated and ready for use is sound, so they turn their head to a sound and their limbs move automatically as a reflex action.  Over the next 7 years the child will, hopefully, pass through the stages of development to gain conscious control of all their motor skills – it is a very busy time in a child’s life.

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A speech therapist discusses Forbrain bone conduction headphones, and how she thinks every therapist should have one.

by Amy BOREL, Speech-Language Pathologist

FORBRAIN® IN PRACTICE 

As clinicians, we are constantly looking for ways to maintain the effects of our client’s efforts and achievements. One of the ways therapists all over the world are doing this is by using Forbrain headphones to complementary therapies.

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Forbrain rewarded with the Parent’s Pick Award

by Forbrain Team

Forbrain rewarded with the Parent’s Pick Award in the category “Best Educational Products for Elementary Student”

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