Q2) In which areas would you like to see improvements? Select as many as fit your situation

  • Learning (Abstract concepts, Alphabet, Drawing conclusions from patterns and events, etc.)
  • Speech
  • Memory
  • Gross motor (Balance, Posture, Walking, Running, Muscle tone)
  • Fine motor (Drawing, Tying a bow, Putting on clothes, Doing up buttons, etc.)
  • Following instructions (Understanding instructions, Task planning, etc.)
  • Eating
  • Sleeping
  • Attention Span (Absent-mindedness, Needing frequent reminders, Motivation to finish long projects, etc.)
  • Sensory Processing (Auditory processing, Tactile defensiveness, Sensory overloads, Depth perception, etc.)
  • Social Skills (Picking up on social cues, Body language, Acknowledging People, etc.)
  • Self-Awareness (Sense of danger, Darting, Acknowledging changed in the environment, etc.)
  • Anxiety (Difficulty handling transitions, Phobias, DIfficulty making decisions, Obsessions, etc.)
  • Mood (Depression, Mood swings, etc.)
  • Behavior (Tantrums, Repetitive mannerisms, Anger, Violence, etc.)
  • Reading (Dyslexia, Re-telling stories, Following plots and characters, Reading with expression, etc.)
  • Math
  • Writing (Dysgraphia, Organizing thoughts, etc.)
  • Hand-eye coordination
  • Seizures

A2) A study looking at 1,000 individuals who participated in Mendability shows improvements on average in all these areas.