For example, one exercise called the Water Game involves a left hand placed in a bowl of cool water and the right hand in warm water at the same time. The caregiver then switches the bowls so now the left hand is in warm water and the right hand in cool water. We will switch a few times.
A strong stimulus passes from the left hand to the right brain through the Corpus Callosum. The right-hand signal passes to the left brain. The warm and cool signals alternate. This is designed to be a work-out for the Corpus Callosum.
What kind of progress can I expect?
See how other individuals similar to you progressed on the Mendability program.
With Sensory Enrichment Therapy you can expect to make real progress and keep it.
In fact, we are so confident that this can be the best investment in your child’s development that we offer a full guarantee to our Platinum clients. If you cannot make it work despite your best efforts, you get your money back.
To qualify you commit to 1) completing a minimum of 75% the prescribed activities for about 15 minutes every day and 2) completing an IQ test before and after the program.