And still we are amazed by King Khalil's progress with Neurofeedback, no matter how small, incremental or accidental it may seem. As you may know, King is 6 yrs old, in a mild Special Ed First Grade class, on track to get a diploma. He has specific language delays which have hindered his reading comprehension, in that, LETTER RECOGNITION and PHONEMIC awareness as to how each letter sounds is distorted for King Khalil. He consistently mixes up the letters b, d, p, q and their sounds. I've questioned educators as to how can a child learn to read and "sound out" words if they don't master each letter sound first. Basics, right? Many many times, I've been told, "it'll come along" but in the meantime, we work like hell at home to make sure Khalil doesn't fall behind his classmates, who seem to cruise along.
It took me a few seconds, but I deciphered I Love Mom... with a beautiful heart. Somehow, someway, EVERYTHING we teach him is in his brain, looking for an easier way out. I hope that Neurofeedback, diet and supplements are providing a clear path for the data to get out. I'm just glad it's all in there!
For more research on Neurofeedback, please review The Drake Institute website. Good luck