Play Attention Success!

Many thousands of people use Play Attention across the globe.  We are always excited 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 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.

Case Study: Ruth, An Alzheimer's Client

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 total disregard for her appearance. Ruth had been an elementary school teacher, but she could no longer read, write, or do even basic math. She apparently had very little memory, attention, or comprehension left.

My program for Ruth was intensive at first. We worked five days a week for two hours a day. The protocol I used included physical exercises, basic education training, and Play Attention to...

I could not be happier with the results…Dheepak’s hyperactivity has gone down tremendously!

Image1 300x225My son Dheepak only started to read and write at the age of 6.5. All the doctors I took him to told us that he had developmental delay. However, after visiting an education psychologist who did a QEEG (mind mapping ) of his brain,  I discovered that he had ADHD.

As per the psychologist’s recommendation I took him to weekly neurofeedback sessions. These sessions were taxing for both me and Dheepak as it required me to travel outstation. Some sessions were simply a waste of our time and money as he was unable to focus during the neurofeedback session.

Finally, I decided to purchase a neurofeedback machine from the UK, and the dealer promised to provide me with training on how to operate the machine. Unfortunately, it turned out to be a nightmare as the machine was too complex to be operated by a lay person.

Then after much research, I found out about Play Attention and decided to...

She has more capacity to stay calm. That is awesome improvement!

Blog 1 768x768I have been homeschooling for 5 years. My oldest daughter, Katherine, would really struggle to stay focused. It was almost a constant effort to redirect her attention. Even her younger siblings were able to focus better than she.  In addition, even though Katherine has already been through a year’s worth of vision therapy, Play Attention has still been a huge benefit for her.

When we started Play Attention, Katherine had already completed a year of vision therapy, and there were still two areas that were borderline pass/fail: visual tracking and short-term memory. Furthermore, vision therapy didn’t address her focus issue or behavior issues.

After some online research I came across Play Attention. Soon after purchasing, I completed my own training on how to be a coach and we began our journey of “brain training” with Play Attention. After a few months of working with Play...

“It only took one session for me to decide that we need this system at home!”

IMG 8903 225x300We started using the Play Attention suite of games for our seven year old son, Eli during the spring of his kindergarten year. Eli was born with Down syndrome. He struggles with global developmental delays and especially struggles with poor impulse control as well as hyperactivity. In addition, Eli is a very restless sleeper. I have longed for him to sleep more deeply knowing that it would give his impulsive brain a restful break. We have used different supplements throughout the years to calm him. Eli also sleeps under a weighted blanket. While I’m certain none of our attempts have been harmful, nothing seems to show long-term benefit. As a mother on a mission, I have researched therapies, supplements, dietary changes, and calming techniques for years. When I discovered neurofeedback, I knew I had to try it for Eli. We used a system with a local psychotherapist and realized very...

“The more she played Play Attention the more I saw improvement in her work”

Daughter 838986 960 720I started working with Jane in August of 2013, she was my very first client after purchasing the Play Attention system and starting my company. She was a bright 8 year old who was falling behind in second grade and had been diagnosed with ADHD. She frequently got in trouble for being off task, not staying in her seat, and talking out of turn. She also had a very hard time with reading comprehension. During Jane’s first few sessions of Play Attention her scores were in the high 30’s and 40’s for attention. Playing each game for 5 minutes seemed like torture for her and she was anxious to move on to the next one almost immediately. We also did academic tutoring together and the more she played Play Attention the more I saw improvement in her work.

During Jane’s first few sessions of Play Attention her scores were in the high 30’s and 40’s for attention. Playing each game for 5 minutes...

“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 them, so there was no solid source of recreation for him. He would read some books, but was not engaged in reading. He also seemed to lack interest...