Neurofeedback training has been shown to assist children with autism verbally, physically and in social communication. Improved speech, responsiveness, balance, and understanding facial expressions, have been observed. Neurofeedback training has also shown to assist in decreasing sensory sensitivities and to allow individuals to respond better to changes in the environment.

Individuals with autism may experience these gains:

  • improvement in self expression
  • improved speech
  • improved responsiveness to external stimuli
  • improved spatial/body awareness leading to better balance
  • improved understanding of facial expressions of others
  • decreased sensory sensitivities