Category: dyslexia

Living with Vampires – a Fantastic Book for Struggling Readers

20 August, 2010 (15:53) | book review, dyslexia, neurofeedback in real life | By: admin

Living with Vampires by Jeremy Strong is a wonderful book published by Barrington Stoke. I discovered it when I was looking for something that would interest an 11-year-old who was struggling with reading and had come for neurofeedback brain training to help. The point was to get an appealing book that a youngster could read […]

How Does Neurofeedback Brain Training Transfer to Real Life? A Dyslexia Example

6 August, 2010 (17:32) | dyslexia, neurofeedback in real life | By: admin

One of the questions people often ask is how neurofeedback brainwave training transfers to real life. So we’ll take learning to read better as an example. First of all, though, let’s think about weight-training. You go to the gym, lift weights, and develop your muscles and core stability. How does that transfer to real life? […]

Don’t Diss the Dys – or Why a Label Is Not Necessarily a Bad Thing

23 July, 2010 (16:11) | dyscalculia, dyslexia, dyspraxia | By: admin

Many people who get neurofeedback training do so because they’ve been given a diagnosis of a condition that starts with a “Dys” – dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, and so on. They often feel a bit ambiguous about this label. After all, it carries the idea that something is “abnormal” or there’s a “difficulty” – with reading, […]