Success Stories

“If you are considering Play Attention, do not have any doubt.”

robert 150x150Our son’s attention issues were only evident through his lack of focus, lack of motivation, and lack of perseverance on a task. It wasn’t until second grade that our suspicion of him having at least borderline ADHD was confirmed when his very attuned teacher began giving us very pointed feedback on his lack of focus, difficulty with attention, lack of reading stamina. It’s been about five months now that he is consistently using Play Attention, and I notice a change in his focus and staying on task in school, play, and sports. Also, now his reading level is above grade.

At home too, he did not have any favorite game/activity and would not engage in any independent playing. Only tablets would engage him independently, but we would restrict...

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Success at last!

“Our son finally had a stellar focus at practice! Wow!”

My son was diagnosed with ADHD at the age of 5. My husband and I had known our son was a wiggle worm and just always knew he couldn’t focus, but everyone would tell us that little boys were just active.

Later that year, I was diagnosed with Adult ADHD and it helped answer many questions about much of my life and career and many unanswered questions. We both went on medication after some time, but I was always seeking an alternative...

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“Play Attention has made a positive impact on both my professional and private life.”

I would like to share how Play Attention has made a positive impact on both my professional and private life. I amVinV a 55 year old digital marketer in a large software corporation, who is also an amateur classical pianist in private life. Play attention has already played an active role at home and work, improving areas where I had struggled previously throughout my life.

I was born with Tourette Syndrome and have also had to manage panic attacks, performance anxiety, poor reading comprehension...

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“I can think and communicate more clearly now.”

I met Ruth in June of 2016. Her daughter, Susan, had asked if I could help her 85 year old mother who had been diagnosed with late stage Alzheimer’s. My first thought after meeting Ruth was, “This is definitely going to be a challenge.” The problems we faced were daunting; Ruth couldn’t communicate intelligently. She repeated things over and over. She had obsessive-compulsive behaviors, was verbally abusive to Susan, had severe Sun Downing, displayed socially unacceptable behaviors, and had...

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“Thomas’ teachers have no concerns, and he loves middle school!”

I would like to share our story. I was first concerned about my son, Thomas, who seemed to have a lot ​of difficulty following more than one instruction at a time, forgetting things all the time, having trouble sitting still and exhibiting other distracting behaviors in the classroom. I was especially worried about how things would go for him when he entered middle school with multiple teachers who may not have the ability or patience to deal with Thomas’ issues.

I already knew about a program...

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