NeuroNet offers various levels of learning readiness programs designed to help children become independent learners. Programs include daily, structured practice of NeuroNet activities which take as few as 20 minutes per day to complete.
NeuroNet Programs - Learning through Movement
- auditory processing disorders
- speech delay
- dyspraxia or apraxia of speech
- developmental delays
- ADD and ADHD
- balance disorders
- high functioning autism
Early Learning - The Early Learning Program is designed to help children ages 3 to 5 develop learning readiness by reaching developmental milestones in hearing, balance, and communication through ten sequential levels of exercises. This program may also be appropriate for older children who have developmental delays. View a demo of the Early Learning Program.
Integrated Rhythms - Integrated Rhythms is for school-age children who are struggling learners. The program includes 48 movement exercises that incorporate rhythmic movement, listening, and talking. As children progress through the program levels they improve their ability to learn and automate new exercises, a key step in the process of developing learning readiness. The Integrated Rhythms Program also includes 10 books of 40 Listen, Talk and Write exercises designed to develop handwriting accuracy and fluency. View a demo of the Integrated Rhythms Program.
Tools for Learning - The Tools for Learning Program is for school age children and focuses on automating the auditory processing skills necessary for fluent reading decoding and comprehension, a skill set critical to using reading as a Tool for Learning. The program includes 32 movement multitasking exercises to develop the breathing, coordination, and balance skills needed to use our bodies as a Tool for Learning. Tools for Learning also features Vision Blocks exercises that improve auditory memory skills, Picture Page exercises for vocabulary enrichment and developing auditory memory, and a set of 9 Listen, Talk and Write books. The Listen, Talk and Write exercises teach children to write fluently and on time, improving their ability to write paragraphs, spell, read their own handwriting, and align numbers properly in math problems. View a demo of the Tools for Learning Program.
Just for Math - For students struggling with math skills, Just for Math exercises help develop rote counting skills, the ability to see and comprehend number sets, and make quick math computations.
The goal of NeuroNet is to help your child become an independent learner. Children who complete NeuroNet programs demonstrate improvements in reading decoding, language skills, and handwriting. But more than just improvements in skills, children develop a "can-do" attitude toward learning. When struggling learners do NeuroNet, we look for them to become "can-do" kids. Along with learning readiness, they learn to predict that they can be successful in learning.
Who can benefit?
Struggling learners and children with the following diagnoses and behavioral concerns have shown significant improvements with NeuroNet:
How do I get started?
NeuroNet only takes about 20 minutes per day to complete. Please inquire for more information about NeuroNet options if there is not a provider near you. View the Directory for a list of NeuroNet providers. Or, if you know which program you would like to buy, you can visit the NeuroNet Store.
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"Although [my daughter] doesn't realize the payback, I have seen more benefit in a shorter period of time from this program than I have from any other program we have tried over the past 4 years."
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