Is your child still struggling to have a normal conversation?

Promote speech development with brain stimulation

We believe that you will see changes within the first TWO WEEKS of therapy.

Tailored enrichment therapy is designed to boost brain plasticity in targeted brain functions

  • Emotion (motivation to engage with other people),
  • Self-awareness (where do I fit in space and this social world?),
  • Fine motor (can I control my voice box, lips, breathing, etc.?),
  • Auditory processing (can I hear myself speak?),
  • Memory and learning (vocabulary, sentence structure),
  • Mental image (can I picture what I want to say in my mind?), etc.

As these tools improve in the brain, the bottlenecks that slowed down natural speech development should fade away.

Is your child not reaching language development milestones?

  • Delay in talking
  • Stuttering
  • Difficulty speaking in short phrases
  • Can’t understand short instructions
  • No interest in interacting with other children
  • Extreme difficulty separating from a parent
  • Unclear speech
  • Difficulty using pronouns

“He communicates with sentences instead of single words and he responds to my questions with a sentence. He makes eye contact. Thank you for helping me get my boy back!!!”

– Philip B. (Missouri)
parent of a 8-year-old boy

See the difference this new therapy can make for your child’s speech development.

A workout for your child’s brain

Improve speech and language with a customized at-home program.

You’ll increase your child’s brain plasticity to improve speech and language with simple touch, smell, temperature response, balance, fine motor exercises, and many more.

What will I be doing?

15 minutes a day of hands-on activities with your child.

Every 2 weeks you will do a new set of exercises to do every day. Each set may contain 4-5 hands-on games that would involve sensory experiences designed to stimulate growth in specific brain functions. It doesn’t matter what time of day you do them. Equipment will mostly include items around the house. Because we work with the brain’s reward system, within a few weeks, the children are usually the ones requesting the therapy.

Parents have noticed improvements in:

  • Better pronunciation
  • Social interactions with family and peers
  • Improved learning and attention
  • Fewer tantrums
  • No interest in interacting with other children
  • Extreme difficulty separating from a parent
  • Unclear speech
  • Difficulty using pronouns

What parents are saying about how Mendability is helping their children develop spontaneous speech

People from all walks of life are excited about what Mendability is doing to help their children overcome the symptoms of autism

“After our first three days, our daughter was able to pronounce – for the first time in her life (19 years at that point) – the words, “couldn’t, shouldn’t, wouldn’t and Jerusalem. In only two weeks, we have seen amazing changes in her! — Words she previously could not pronounce are now clear and fluent.”

– Linda P. (Canada) Parent of a 19-year-old-girl

This is really working!  My toddler has started using functional language!  Apparently this is great news as it is years ahead of what is typical for kids with his condition.”

– Melissa M.  (New Zealand)
parent of 3-year-old boy

“I have had an non verbal autistic boy in my home now for almost 3 years. He was 11 when he first came.His list of areas of need was long. The major things being aggression, lack of toilet training, no communication skills or desire to communicate. He is now starting to communicate by typing his request. This is just starting!”

– Lynn S.  (British Columbia, Canada)
guardian of 11-year-old boy

“My son is non-verbal and is vocalizing a lot more since starting Mendability.  

I remember reading somewhere that we can anticipate that the exercises will be increasing the synapses (brain cells to brain cells) connections.  I’m taking it as a positive sign that the areas of his brain are awakening and he’s experimenting with more *normal* vocalizations.”

– Alice P. (North Carolina)
parent of a 16-year-old boy

“I think that Jude is responding great to the therapy!

He definitely seems to be following instructions better across the board and is just a little more aware of the world around him.

We have also seen some improvements in speech, pronunciation, eating, handwriting and overall function.”

– Sara J. (California)
parent of a 4-year-old boy

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