All of our therapy programs provide monitored practice in skill development. Our aim is for you to build the skills you need in all situations. Therapies are tailored for each client’s individual needs.
AMPS Cognitive Training is designed to provide a workout for the brain’s cognitive functions of working memory, mental processing speed, “chunk sizing” and ability to multitask.
Auditory- and Visual-based programs for people with difficulty regulating attention, concentration, and memory, or with other information processing, reading or learning difficulties, emotional or behavioral problems, or delays in speech and language development.
Bio-tuning, brain entrainment, binaural beats and other bio-acoustic methodologies use precisely tuned sound frequencies and other stress-reducing, attention-riveting biofeedback strategies.
Cogmed is a computer-based program that addresses working memory, ability to recall and use information needed to accomplish a task.
Earobics is a computer software program which provides comprehensive training in auditory processing and related listening and reading skills.
The EASE, Electronic Auditory Stimulation Effect audio CD series is the original disc based Listening Therapy program used with individuals challenged with auditory hypersensitivity, central auditory processing disorder (CAPD), hearing or developmental issues, or need assistance to better manage noise.
FastForWord, a computer-based program, assists people to distinguish and process rapidly changing acoustic elements of speech at the rate needed for speech, language, listening and reading development.
FITLIGHT™ is an engaging multi-sensory training tool that improves attentional control, vigilance, processing speed, as well as motor control and coordination and balance in children and adults with neurological impairments.
FOCUS is a computerized measurement of Attentional Control, i.e. an individual’s capacity to choose what to pay attention to and what to ignore. Attentional control is the ability to remain focused on goal-relevant stimuli and information in the presence of potentially interfering distractions (visual and auditory).
Integrated Speech-Language Therapy/Auditory Training for auditory processing (APD/CAPD) disorders to improve ability to efficiently and accurately make sense of what is heard.
Interactive Metronome Program (IM) provides a focused and systematic way to exercise motor planning and sequencing capacities within the brain.
Learning Ears is an advanced auditory stimulation and training program, and incorporates a therapeutic listening program with specific work in ear-voice training.
Mindprint Learning’s research-based assessment process is one instrument which provides us with a beginning point to recognize a client’s learning strengths and challenges.
NeuroNet is a learning readiness program that helps students become independent learners.
Play Attention is an integrated attention training system employing brainwave monitoring, cognitive skills exercises, and behavior shaping techniques.
Rhythm Entrainment Intervention (REI) uses auditory rhythm to directly stimulate the listener’s brain. REI generally induces a calming effect and uses custom-made revisable CDs. We see the most significant benefits in some general categories.
The Seeing My Time® program provides an innovative approach to building the executive function skills of time management, planning and organization to create a satisfying life.
SPELL-Links uses a speech-to-print word study approach to leverage the brain’s innate, biological wiring and organization for oral language.
Structure of the Intellect examines underlying reading, math and other areas requiring problem solving, memory, logical and creative thinking and evaluation of information.
Under the umbrella of the Orton-Gillingham philosophy, the Barton Reading Program is a multifaceted reading program used with children, teens and adults who have challenges with spelling, reading and writing.
The Gibson Test, recommended for our clients who more easily tolerate a relatively short assessment component, is one measure used to screen cognitive strengths and weaknesses in children and adults ages six and older.