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View case history of autism recovery

A Library of informative writings and articles drawn from a variety of sources including the work of
Dr. Robert Melillo,
Dr. Jeffrey Thompson,
Dr. Stephen Krashen,
US Department of Education, CDC,
Dr. 'Z', et al.

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BRAIN RETRAIN with PATENTED Action Captions Technology

Where the words come directly from the mouth of the speaker in real time encourages and develops literacy skills, reading, spelling, writing and speaking. Seeing the text as it is spoken sets in the Brain of the students the graphic representation of individual words as well as running discourse. This will make it easier for the viewers to understand or generate written texts when they must read or write. Repetition and drill are, of course, keys to mastery, but it is this needed repetition which students usually find mind-numbingly tedious. This obstacle to learning is removed by the entertaining quality of the BRAIN RETRAIN entertaining and dramatic DVD movie, with Brain Retraining Reading Technology.

The material is engaging and entertaining and the students’ access to it is facilitated by the Action Captions, together with additional materials in the program. The student enjoys the "exercise" and is willing to do it again-and again and again. Each viewing RETRAINS the BRAIN and renews a pleasant experience that reinforces what is being learned. The repeated viewings crystallize more than listening and literacy skills-they help the student master the structural elements of English, both morphological and grammatical. The student achieves, by RETRAINING the BRAIN, the ability to learn faster, easier and more effectively, through the natural method of acquiring language skills. Additionally, Action captions technology forcefully adjusts abnormal eye gaze, found in children and adults with neurobehavioral conditions.

Eye gaze interventions resynchronize the activity of the two hemispheres, by way of alternating stimulus, which may mimic the activity of the pacemaker function within the cortex that may be suppressed. As children or adults become more coordinated with their eye movements, there is improvement in learning and behavior.

 

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