Our proprietary software is based on the same mathematical structure used in Artificial Intelligence, re-engineered specifically for use in the selection of sensory enrichment exercises. The algorithm links a series of 301 questions through multiple levels of factors and weights to 18 categories of brain function (olfactory, tactile, vision, etc.). Based on the test responses, our software can determine the level of functionality, the level of activity, and the targetability of each category. In determining the best exercise, there are many considerations incorporated into the algorithm. This software includes: • Detecting which brain function is ready to develop next. • Detecting whether that brain function is strong enough on its own for direct stimulation or if it needs help from neighboring or closely connected brain functions (for example smell, brain function 4, can help trigger memory, brain function 12). • Sorting the exercises from most effective to least effective, based on brain function priorities. • Eliminating exercises which are too hard or too easy. • Determining the right frequency for an exercise, worksheet to worksheet, repeating it often enough to establish learning and pathways, but not so often it becomes boring and ignored by the brain. • Ensuring the worksheets are not too draining for the child. • Maintaining a practical demand on the parent, being flexible to give the best exercises within the time available.
This is what makes the difference between a generic program and a customized program. It’s the same difference you see when you wear shoes that fit well, not too large, not too small. And when your feet grow, you get new shoes.
As your child improves, so does the program.
Every time you take a test to report how your child is changing, the program knows where to go next and gives the best protocols available to support the brain in its own repair work.