When school and grinds cannot work

Welcome to the March edition of how the brain works and what affects its performance. Success in school today can be vital to your child’s future, so if your child has a learning, speech, phonics, reading, or language problem, etc, school can prove to be difficult, even with grinds.

Grinds are of great support to schoolwork, but of little academic impact when the child has an underlying problem such as a specific learning impairment such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, Asperger’s, CAPD, mild to moderate autism, ADHD, etc, or general learning difficulties such as poor memory, slow processing and sequencing of information, focus and concentration, reading and word analysis, sentence and paragraph comprehension, etc. Research has shown that there is usually nothing wrong with the brain, however some parts are not connected the way they should be, preventing learning. To overcome learning problems the brain needs to create new pathways by learning something new; the brain creates these new neural pathways (connecting corridors ) between one part of the brain and another, much like walking across a field of grass, after time, a pathway is created. Once these pathways have been created the child can learn and therefore perform in school.

Griffin Tuition and Brain Care Ireland in the National University of Ireland, Galway has specialised computer programmes that effect lasting changes in the brain by creating new pathways, allowing the brain to improve memory, concentration, learning, speech, phonics, reading, language, etc, in months rather than years.

Call 091 589771 for a €50 screening today as only 20 places are available.

Further information at www.griffintuition.ie

then call (091 ) 589771 to book a screening.


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