Play Attention Success!
Many thousands of people use Play Attention across the globe. We are always exited to speak with our Play Attention families and professionals to hear of their successes. We invite you to read these inspirational stories of hope, new found happiness, and success! We have launched this new section on our website called Success Stories to provide a voice and face to real people making positive changes in their lives through Play Attention. Be certain to visit this page often as we will feature a new success story each month.
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. Cade now begins each school day with a Play Attention session. It has really made a difference. His ability to focus has drastically improved. He is more confident. He is beginning to enjoy the challenges that school brings, rather than just doing what it takes to get by. Read Cade’s complete success story…
“I was so happy the day Nabil started his homework without me even asking.”
When Nabil turned 7, he took the CPT II test and was diagnosed to have ADD (89.4%). After completing 40+ sessions of Play Attention, Nabil’s attention has significantly increased. His eye-hand coordination and general ability to finish the task at hand have definitely improved at the same time his focus and concentration have significantly improved. Nabil took the CPT II test again and his ADD level dropped down to 50% non-clinical. Read Nabil’s complete success story…
Andy finished 5th grade on the Distinguished Honor Roll!
By the end of 5th grade, Andy was doing so well with Play Attention that we had already begun decreasing the amount of time he was using it. Andy finished up his 5th grade year by making the Distinguished Honor Roll and by graduating out of his Cub Scout pack as the most decorated out of a group of 35 scouts. Read Andy’s complete success story…
Hari has impressed his teachers and made new friends!
Hari first came to us as a shy 9 year old who had been struggling with grades lower than his potential and related to behavior issues. Since the Play Attention training, Hari has seen an increase in his ability to pay attention which really motivated him to keep trying harder. He saw his grades improve in school, remarks improve at home, and self confidence improve in himself. Read Hari’s complete success story…
A letter from adult client, Steve, “My wife and I have noticed a significant change in my behavior and attitude in life for the better.”
My only regret is that I did not find out about Play Attention sooner. I have lived my life challenged by my ADHD issues. Now, I have a tool that gives me immediate positive feedback so that I can and do train myself weekly to live my life with less stress and be a better person. Read Steve’s complete success story…
From failing to college bound!
Fatima has sustained these higher grades since January, making her parents and school teachers very proud. They have commented multiple times on Fatima’s effort and academic achievements. She was glowing when asked about the night of the prom, which she now has the grades to attend. Read Fatima’s complete success story…
Better grades, more confidence, and better test results!
“Before we found the school he’s in now, he was in a school that didn’t spot any difficulty even though Yosef was struggling. No matter which school we tried, Yosef would come home each day feeling extremely frustrated. At times he would complain bitterly about his teachers, blaming them for his difficulties. Other times he would exclaim that he was simply unable to learn and that it was all hopeless.” Read Yosef’s complete success story…
Kayla made the honor roll!
From a very early age, our oldest child Kayla seemed to have trouble concentrating. She was always very bright, and a fast learner, but anything could distract her. Her train of thought would jump from one thing to another so fast and so frequently, that sometimes it was hard to understand her. When Kayla got to kindergarten, this became a real problem. When it came time to sit down and do her school work, she just couldn’t. Again, we’re talking about a really smart little girl! But if the assignment was boring, it was so hard for her to focus on it that she would get frustrated and even start crying. Read Kayla’s complete success story…
No, Don’t believe in me!
Pat and Jerry have been seeking outside support for their son, Peter, since he began the educational system. With a diagnosis of ADHD and learning challenges in 2nd grade and oppositional defiance by 7th grade, school became a perfect place for Peter to use his bully protection to avoid the pain of academic failure. In other words, if he got into trouble with his behavior, others might not notice that he had no idea what was being asked of him academically or socially. Peter bullied others to avoid feeling discarded. “I like my anger, because others won’t mess with me.” Read Peter’s complete success story …
Joyce Bowen’s son Brody always seemed to be on the go. Even as a baby, he seldom slept for more than five hours a day, and his rambunctiousness only grew as he got older. Soon, Joyce felt as if she were spending more time disciplining Brody than playing with him.
When Brody was old enough to go to school, Joyce began to receive telephone calls from his teachers. Brody was being disruptive, and he just couldn’t sit still in class. On one occasion, Joyce was informed that her son had hit a fellow student. Read Brody’s complete success story …
Look Who’s Talking
Play Attention is NASA inspired and used in thousands of homes, schools, doctor’s offices, psychologist offices, traumatic brain injury hospitals, learning centers, and athletic training centers worldwide. Here’s what they have to say…
Just a note to say that Luke is doing wonderfully overall. He has come to be able to consciously recall his focus in sports which thrills him & in school which thrills me. He has jumped a whopping two years in his level of reading development this year. All of his other grades were A’s…but mostly I am so happy that he is able to attend to things long enough to learn & understand. There are so many things that he is interested in & now he can find out about them. Great product! I am not sure where we would be without it.
When Justis first started school, it quickly became obvious he had problems concentrating. His teachers told us that he wouldn’t sit still and that he’d often blurt out inappropriate questions. This didn’t surprise us – at home his temper was volatile. One minute he’d be playing, the next he was angry and throwing things at us. He was impossible to discipline.’
After Play Attention training he is calmer and he doesn’t fidget as much. He now gets dressed with less prompting, gets his own juice and even washes up the odd saucepan, which he never did before. Since he’s changed s o much in a relatively short time, our aim is for him to go into a mainstream secondary school.
Excerpt from Daily Mail
We’ve seen kids who were struggling to get good grades end up on honor roll, and we’ve seen kids who had serious behavior problems actually learn the mental self-discipline to help control their behavior. That’s one of the big reinforcements with Play Attention, because they can actually see their own progress. And when we’re talking about kids who come from a social deficit, they’ve never seen themselves progress at anything.
- Rob Gerst, Licensed Professional Therapist
I honestly believe that Play Attention helped change my son’s life.
And to me, that is priceless.
Old Fort, NC