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ADD / ADHD, Dyslexia.  It's a family issue.   Improve grades and self-esteem.  Evaluation and non-drug therapy that really works!

For Parents

As a parent of a child with learning disabilities, ADD or ADHD, I'm sure you're experiencing a wide gamut of emotions.  The most common ones we hear are:

  • frustration
  • desperation
  • anger
  • dismay
  • shame
  • lack of peace
  • wanting to escape (from the situation)
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The Sharper Minds program has been very successful in bringing families peace, happiness and a sense of pride.  How?

wpe7.jpg (15560 bytes)By addressing the root cause of learning disabilities!  The lack of adequate neural "wiring" in the brain.

The methodology is simple.  The Sharper Minds program provides whole brain stimulus, causing deficient areas to grow the appropriate neural pathways.

The result?  Children and adults can begin to perform at their full innate intelligence level, usually better than normal.  No longer are they hyper or unable to focus.  No longer are they frustrated with school or their families.  When the root cause is dealt with, happiness, peace and a better sense of self worth are all manifested.  Generally if a child is on a psychostimulant medication such as Ritalin ®, Adderall ®, Cylert ® or Dexedrine ®, the medication can usually be discontinued within 8-12 weeks of beginning therapy.  The emotional, physical and social side affects of being on those potent drugs go away, and the parents generally have a better feeling about that.

Look at typical results and reactions of parents who have used the program.

Real Stories, Real People

Matthew, a 2nd grader struggled with his alphabet.  The school tested him, then told his parents that he would be lucky to be reading at a 2nd grade level by the time he finished 4th grade.  Our staff discovered his lack of right-left brain coordination.  11 weeks after beginning our program, the school retested him and placed him at the 1.89 grade reading level, a dramatic change.  16 weeks later, he was the 2nd best reader in his class.

Justin, a 12-year-old 6th grader, couldn’t write his name after 5 years in Special-Ed.  The school had done their best, but there was no progress. We found Justin to be highly dyslexic.  Twelve weeks after starting therapy, he earned a 90% on a 20-word spelling test. 16 weeks later he was reading simple books.  7 months later, at the beginning of the next school year, the school tested him and said he didn’t need Special-Ed any longer!

Hugh an 11th grader, was reading at a third grade level.  Self-motivated, he completed the mental training program in just 9 months.  At the end of 8 months, he was reading at a college level.  He went on to graduate from college, earn a commercial pilot’s license and now plans to start his own business.

Jamie was born with a heart defect.  After her third open-heart surgery, she had a stroke.  At 8 years old, she still struggled with walking smoothly and with the alphabet. Within weeks of starting our program, her walking smoothed out and learning became easier.  She learned her alphabet and how to read.  She’s now doing great academically, taking piano lessons, and her parents couldn’t be prouder.

Rudy, a 42-year-old man with ADD had no trouble getting good paying jobs; it was holding on to them that was the problem.  His aspirations to go into the legal field were being affected by his lack of attention to detail, ability to focus and persistence.  He and his 39-year-old brother enrolled in our program.  By the end of the year program, both were dramatically improved and he was working for a law firm.  He stated that he would have gladly paid $50,000 for the program 25 years earlier, because he had lost twice that in missed earnings.

And there are many more! (More Testimonials)

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