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Anxiety blocking your breakthrough

Anxiety is a natural emotion that we all experience and in many cases Anxiety blocking your breakthrough. Many different words can describe it, for example: stress, worry, nervousness, agitation, the shakes, freaking out, uneasiness, jumpiness, butterflies, and panic....

Mushrooming To Success

MUSHROOMING TO SUCCESS I met a mushroom farmer in 2015 and his explanation of the intricacies of mushroom farming struck a chord in my heart and mind. Mushroom farmers have to manufacture their own compost from scratch. The compost goes through a 4 week process, it is...

Parenting Hub Article – What is Brain Gain

Julie Hide, Owner & Editor of Parenting Hub, is a proud mom of five! Having earned her stripes bringing two sets of beautiful twins into the world, her experience and skills that she has gained over the last 17 years, makes her well-placed to bring you, her valued...

Neurofeedback Case studies

Neurofeedback Case studies that illustrate how children have benefitted from Attention Evaluations and Attention Training. Inattention on Screening Evaluation: Susan, age 8 years Susan struggled with reading and mathematics. At the start of the school year she could...
Anxiety blocking your breakthrough

Anxiety blocking your breakthrough

Anxiety is a natural emotion that we all experience and in many cases Anxiety blocking your breakthrough. Many different words can describe it, for example: stress, worry, nervousness, agitation, the shakes, freaking out, uneasiness, jumpiness, butterflies, and panic....

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Mushrooming To Success

Mushrooming To Success

MUSHROOMING TO SUCCESS I met a mushroom farmer in 2015 and his explanation of the intricacies of mushroom farming struck a chord in my heart and mind. Mushroom farmers have to manufacture their own compost from scratch. The compost goes through a 4 week process, it is...

read more
Parenting Hub Article – What is Brain Gain

Parenting Hub Article – What is Brain Gain

Julie Hide, Owner & Editor of Parenting Hub, is a proud mom of five! Having earned her stripes bringing two sets of beautiful twins into the world, her experience and skills that she has gained over the last 17 years, makes her well-placed to bring you, her valued...

read more
Neurofeedback Case studies

Neurofeedback Case studies

Neurofeedback Case studies that illustrate how children have benefitted from Attention Evaluations and Attention Training. Inattention on Screening Evaluation: Susan, age 8 years Susan struggled with reading and mathematics. At the start of the school year she could...

read more
Early detection is everything

Early detection is everything

Red flag for possible Learning Disabilities. Teachers should be the first to notice when something is not quite on par. However, when parents know what to look for, possible problems can be identified and dealt with sooner. Generally, early detection of ADD/ADHD is...

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Where do we really use math?

Where do we really use math?

Well, well, well…I can tell you this much. I grew up in a typical One-Horse-Town. When I was still in Primary School in the 80’s and in Standard 3, today we refer to it as Grade 5, I used to wonder about this exact same question: “Where do we really use math?” May I...

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Making Senses of Sensory Processing

Making Senses of Sensory Processing

Just like computers, we need some sort of input, which elicits an output. We use our senses (smell, taste, hearing, touch and sight) to gain information (input) from the environment, our brains process the information - mostly in our prefrontal cortex – and then...

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