Learning Difficulties

Learning problems can occur in the auditory, memory or processing functions and cause problems in the understanding or remembering of words, in expressing or receiving oral or written language, in forming letters or in grasping mathematical concepts. It has been found that children with learning difficulties show elevated levels of Alpha and Theta brainwaves and this could be disruptive to ongoing mental activities. Neurofeedback is aimed at lowering Alpha and Theta brainwaves and has shown to improve reading, writing, mathematics and drawing abilities, as well as increasing IQ scores.

People with learning disabilities may gain:

  • increased memory
  • improving concentration
  • increased ability to divide attention
  • improvement in visual-auditory processing
  • increased ability to perform multitasks
  • increased speed of processing