Success Stories

Rachel's testimony

The Play Attention team is committed to your success.  We have many support systems in place to insure this.  Two important aspects of this include customizing everyone's Play Attention plan to meet your specific needs and unlimited support and guidance from your executive function coach.  I recently have had the pleasure to work one of our very special Play Attention families with these two areas.

This is their story...

Rachel is an extremely bright 9 year old.  Her family recently decided to start a Play Attention program at home.  Not only would Rachel be enrolled in the program, but her mom would also be using Play Attention to improve her own executive function.  Both Rachel and Mom took our FOCUS...

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A Mother's testimony

My child's journey with Play Attention started in her Grade-3 year. She struggled with math to such an extent that I feared that her math grades might cause her to fail her academic year. My daughter had to stay in class during many breaks since she could not write the work off the black-board fast enough. Her teacher also informed me that my daughter cried every day in school feeling completely overwhelmed by her inability to keep up with the speed of learning presented in her classroom...

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I had a stroke – so shocking!

IMG 0867 225x300No one expects a stroke, I felt I was too young. I was 63 at the time and thought “strokes happen to other people.” I was confused when it struck. My husband came home at the time and he realized I couldn’t speak. He rushed me to our hospital which was fairly close. They took me in quickly because my husband told them that I was having a stroke.

I had nurses and a neurologist examining me. I was losing movement in my face, my hand, and my leg. They decided to give me the tPA shot.

We would...

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Play Attention helps Jason understand himself.

Jason

With Play Attention, Jason has learned to understand how to focus and how to pay attention.  He has applied what he learned from the games in the real world, in school, and at home.  After playing for over 50 hours (about 6 months), Jason can tell us when he is tired and not able to do well, when he is flustered and his focus will be lacking, or when he is happy and his focus goes up.  He has also learned how he can adjust his own mood so that he can be able to focus...
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Layla is more confident and happier at school

My daughter ​Layla started facing problems in reading in grade one.​ ​She was doing poorly at school​, so ​​I took her to various specialists​. ​I took her to an occupational therapist who said she ​did not have good eye coordination​. Later​ I took her to an educational therapist who said she need​ed​ more attention from her dad,​ (my husband​), who​ travels extensively​ because of his work​​. I​ also​ took her to a visiting optometrist from Denmark who advised on a weird protocol.​ ​

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