Success Stories

Play Attention gives him back a sense of control over his mind, and by extension, over his life.

When I first met George two years ago, he was unable to find his way out of his living room in his house. He had been diagnosed six years earlier with Parkinson’s disease and early dementia caused by exposure to Agent Orange during the Vietnam War.

George had been president of his own engineering company, was an avid golfer, and loved being outdoors. Unfortunately he had to sell his company, give up golf, and was fairly confined to the indoors. He could no longer read or write and was very depressed.

I’ve been using Play Attention with George two or three times a week for two years. Now he can identify and go to any room in his house, practice golf on the Wii, read or listen to short stories, and answer comprehension questions. We go...

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Alec now participates in class, completes school assignments in a timely manner, and is very social.

I would highly recommend this program to anyone who is looking to help their child in school.

Alec started the Play Attention program eight months ago, due to a recommendation from his psychologist. I read all of the reviews and did my own research on the product. I even participated in the webinar asking many questions that related to Alec and how it will work in our everyday lives.

Our first day was March 31, 2013 and we haven’t looked back. He was having a hard time attending to tasks at...

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Watching her success, I recalled how empowering it was to be able to offer Play Attention as a tangible solution.

Athletic, creative, dynamic, charming; yet discouraged, unfocused and crest-fallen – she came into my office 4 years earlier, fearful she wouldn’t be able to obtain the 2.0 GPA needed to try out for team sports. Even worse, if she couldn’t compete in sports, then why bother with school? Sports were the only success she knew.

When I asked Jasmine about her grades, she responded “well I got a ‘C’,” lowering her head when asked if the “C” was the good or bad news. Next, I asked, “So what are you...

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Concentration is no longer a difficult task for Joel

“To witness the big difference this programme has made in this young boy’s life makes me proud to practice what I do, and help children realise their potential!” – Sandra Roberts, Registered Counsellor

Joel started the Play Attention programme with me a few months before he turned six years old. He had been struggling to listen, follow instructions, complete tasks, concentrate in the classroom and had behaviour issues. His teacher and parents were finding it challenging working with him...

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Play Attention has really made our lives easier. The positive results benefit the entire family.

My son Cade was diagnosed with Asperger’s Syndrome and ADHD at age 5. He was in kindergarten in the public school system, and had been asked to leave every day care, preschool, and summer camp he had ever attended. When his troubles continued in kindergarten, I decided to take him to his pediatrician for a consultation. He asked what seemed like two hundred questions, and finally suggested that we have Cade tested for an Autism Spectrum Disorder. The only facility in our area that does that...

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