Videogames to help children with attentional problems
In late 2011, the U.S. Center for Disease Control reported that 5.2 million American children, or 9% of the population of children in the U.S., have ADHD. And at the same time, the New York Times and other media outlets reported that there is an ongoing shortage of ADHD medication.
Do all of these children need medication?
If you had a child with ADHD, would you like to try an alternative solution:
- which is drug-free
- which is FUN, so that your child would enjoy using it
- which would allow you to directly assess your child’s progress?
Research and development partnerships
We are working with scientists to develop mind-controlled videogaming solutions which will help children with ADHD and other attention-related conditions. In addition to ADHD, we would like to look at other conditions such as stuttering and dyslexia. Please contact us if you are a researcher and would like to collaborate with us to develop a solution which could help children train themselves in the mental skills they need in order to live healthier, happier, and more purposefully!