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Play Attention Auditory Processing Game

Auditory Processing I, Auditory Processing Home, Auditory Processing Office, Auditory Processing School
The Auditory Processing exercise develops your ability to follow directions. Your goal is to gradually increase the number of auditory sequences of information you can absorb, process, and carry out. There are 4 different Auditory Processing games available. Each game provides different items and locations based on the game category. Learn how to process information at home, office, and school successfully!
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Hand Eye Coordination
Hand eye coordination strengthens neural networks most important for hand-eye coordination. In terms of practical application, this improves real world skills like handwriting, sports, keyboarding, and any activity requiring fine motor skills. (watch video)


Play Attention Spatial Memory Game Spatial Memory
Spatial memory helps us remember where we left our keys or homework. Play Attention helps strengthen spatial memory.
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Play Attention Social Skills Game Social Skills
Social Skills are typically lacking in persons with attention challenges. Play Attention’s Social Skills module teaches appropriate recognition and response to social cues (watch video)

Play Attention Working memory Game Working Memory
Play Attention’s Working Memory exercise strengthens an individual’s ability to retain and manipulate information needed to do complex tasks such as reasoning, comprehension and learning—even amidst distraction. (watch video)

Brody's StoryMotor Skills
Play Attention introduces Motor Skills, an exciting new game where you help a wizard build his castle. As in all Play Attention games, your mind becomes the mouse or the joystick! Use your focus to be like Harry PotterTM or Luke Skywalker! (watch video)


Attention Stamina
Attention Stamina will teach you how to direct and sustain your attention. This will help you develop your ability to pay attention to low stimuli activity for longer periods of time.  (watch video)



Visual Tracking
Visual Tracking will teach you how to maintain your attention while visually tracking a randomly moving object or person. This will help you pay attention to your teacher’s lesson while he/she is walking around the room.  (watch video)



Time on Task
Time on Task This exercise teaches a student to begin an activity quickly, and stay focused on that activity until it is finished.  This is not always easy for an individual who struggles with attention.  (watch video)



Discriminatory Processing
Discriminatory processing will teach you how to take in different bits of information and recognize what is important and what you can filter. (watch video)



MemoryShort Term Memory
Short term memory teaches you how to process information (both visual and auditory) and hold that information in short term memory long enough for recall. This will help you develop your ability to remember dates, names, items in a list, and other facts. (watch video)



Play Attention 5.1 Demo Play Attention 5.1
What’s it like to be like Harry PotterTM or Luke Skywalker? To be able to control the computer by mind alone? Watch this video to see how Play Attention’s new 3D games allow you to do just that and more! (watch video)

Brody's Story “Brody’s Story”
“I cried the first time Brody and I sat down and read a book together with out a fuss,” she recalls, “Brody snuggled up to me and smiled, and I saw in him the happy, successful child I always hoped….” (watch video)

What is ADHD? What is ADHD?
People with the disorder do not have a deficit or lack of attention, but they do have diffused attention; attention that is fleeting and can be sustained only for short periods before moving on. (watch video)

What Causes ADHD? What Causes ADHD?
Although ADHD is considered a brain disorder, according to the National Institutes of Health, no certain brain abnormality exists that definitively establishes the presence or absence of ADHD. (watch video)

ADHD Myths ADHD Myths
It is a myth that poor parenting causes ADHD. However, it is highly probable that poor parenting greatly contributes to the severity of ADHD symptoms. (watch video)

Adult ADHDAdult ADHD
Approximately 60% to 70% of ADHD children will continue their symptoms into adulthood. True adult ADHD begins in childhood and persists into adulthood. (watch video)

Adult ADHDVeteran Actor Max Gail discusses ADHD and Play Attention
My son Max, was a really really bright kid was having some difficulties with certain aspects of school and I saw that they were the same difficulties I had. (watch video)

US Olympic Bobsled TeamPlay Attention and the US Woman’s Olympic Bobsled Team
A lot of times it’s very difficult to get into it with a lot of things that are going on outside. With Play Attention I was able to stay relaxed and focused on the bobsled run. (watch video)

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