Within only a few weeks into the program you will see results in your child’s behavior. They will be calmer and more present.

Straight from the parents’ reports

Attention span

• Better focus on classwork
• Complete assignments and homework
• Improved success in school and home life
• Better concentration
• Improved control of impulsive behavior
• Better grades at school
• Less arguing at home
• Increased self-worth and self-esteem
• Holding a train of thought
• Following through on a task
• Concentrating on one activity at a time
• Following spoken directions
• Processing information quickly
• Keeping up in conversation

Behavior

• Better focus on classwork
• Complete assignments and homework
• Improved success in school and home life
• Better concentration
• Improved control of impulsive behavior
• Better grades at school
• Less arguing at home
• Increased self-worth and self-esteem
• Holding a train of thought
• Following through on a task
• Concentrating on one activity at a time
• Following spoken directions
• Processing information quickly
• Keeping up in conversation

Math

• Improvement in math homework
• Improvements in memory, attention, and language
• Faster time processing number concepts
• Increased confidence in math class

Fine & Gross Motor Skills

• Improvement in sports or gym class
• Improvement in playing musical instruments
• Better pencil grip
• Better hand-eye coordination
• Better handwriting
• Improvement performing sequential movements
• Combing hair and performing other life skills

Feeling Serene

• Easier time leaving home
• More relaxed
• Can cope with transitions and change
• Fewer incidents in public places
• More confident in challenging situations
• Sleeping in his/her own bed
• No more self-injurious behavior
• Fewer meltdowns
• Develop spontaneous happiness

Reading comprehension

• Remembering story lines
• Improvement in memory
• Improvement in reading levels
• Better spelling and writing
• Increased self-confidence at school
• Clearer thinking

Problem-Solving

• Improvement in memory
• Improvement in social skills
• Better at problem-solving or thinking logically
• Increased self-confidence at school
• Better performance at school
• Improvement in language and literacy skills
• Gain in independent living skills

Obsessions and Irrational fears

• Grades
• Recreational participation
• School performance
• Punctuality
• Organizational skills
• Personal Hygiene
• Friendships

Speech Development

• Development of vocabulary
• Communicating in sentences
• Making friends
• Increased confidence
• Better pronunciation
• Social interactions with family and peers
• Improved learning and attention
• Fewer tantrums

Social Skills

• Understanding social rules
• More interest in social interactions
• Making friends
• Increased confidence
• Understanding body language
• Appropriately greeting people and requesting information
• Improved self-control skills
• Taking turns
• Keeping emotions in check

Sensory Issues

• Increased ability to interact with peers
• Managing aggression
• Remaining calm in crowded spaces
• Eating a variety of textured foods
• Use of loud hair dryers without discomfort

Attention span

• Better focus on classwork
• Complete assignments and homework
• Improved success in school and home life
• Better concentration
• Improved control of impulsive behavior
• Better grades at school
• Less arguing at home
• Increased self-worth and self-esteem
• Holding a train of thought
• Following through on a task
• Concentrating on one activity at a time
• Following spoken directions
• Processing information quickly
• Keeping up in conversation

Behavior

• Better focus on classwork
• Complete assignments and homework
• Improved success in school and home life
• Better concentration
• Improved control of impulsive behavior
• Better grades at school
• Less arguing at home
• Increased self-worth and self-esteem
• Holding a train of thought
• Following through on a task
• Concentrating on one activity at a time
• Following spoken directions
• Processing information quickly
• Keeping up in conversation

Math

• Improvement in math homework
• Improvements in memory, attention, and language
• Faster time processing number concepts
• Increased confidence in math class

Fine & Gross Motor Skills

• Improvement in sports or gym class
• Improvement in playing musical instruments
• Better pencil grip
• Better hand-eye coordination
• Better handwriting
• Improvement performing sequential movements
• Combing hair and performing other life skills

Feeling Serene

• Easier time leaving home
• More relaxed
• Can cope with transitions and change
• Fewer incidents in public places
• More confident in challenging situations
• Sleeping in his/her own bed
• No more self-injurious behavior
• Fewer meltdowns
• Develop spontaneous happiness

Reading comprehension

• Remembering story lines
• Improvement in memory
• Improvement in reading levels
• Better spelling and writing
• Increased self-confidence at school
• Clearer thinking

Problem-Solving

• Improvement in memory
• Improvement in social skills
• Better at problem-solving or thinking logically
• Increased self-confidence at school
• Better performance at school
• Improvement in language and literacy skills
• Gain in independent living skills

Obsessions and Irrational fears

• Grades
• Recreational participation
• School performance
• Punctuality
• Organizational skills
• Personal Hygiene
• Friendships

Speech Development

• Development of vocabulary
• Communicating in sentences
• Making friends
• Increased confidence
• Better pronunciation
• Social interactions with family and peers
• Improved learning and attention
• Fewer tantrums

Social Skills

• Understanding social rules
• More interest in social interactions
• Making friends
• Increased confidence
• Understanding body language
• Appropriately greeting people and requesting information
• Improved self-control skills
• Taking turns
• Keeping emotions in check

Sensory Issues

• Increased ability to interact with peers
• Managing aggression
• Remaining calm in crowded spaces
• Eating a variety of textured foods
• Use of loud hair dryers without discomfort

Don’t forget that you have to take care of yourself too!

You cannot pour from an empty cup.

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