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A new study reviews the effectiveness of Environmental Enrichment as a therapy for neurological disorders

A review of a study published in Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience[1]. People used to think that past a certain age, you could not change the way your brain works. They would even say your abilities diminished over time with the loss of thousands of brain cells every day. Thankfully, this is no longer the case. More […]

Sensory Enrichment Exercise: Roll playdough snakes

Like most of our exercises involving fine motor finger skills, this is actually a speech development exercise. Providing efficient and reliable connections for fine motor control is an essential step which we take by prompting organized migration from a very populated brain area to its less efficient neighbor.

Adult Neurons do keep growing

I was doing some reasearch online a couple of days ago and came across this article by LiveScience, reviewing a study by Wei-Chung Allen Lee of MIT, which was detailed in the Dec. 27 issue of the journal for the Public Library of Science (PLOS) Biology. Here is the first sentence of the article: “The […]