Benefits for ADHD/LD

Program Benefits

ADD/ADHD/Learning Disabilities

Whether you are an adult or a child (age six and up) diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD/ADHD) or with Learning Disabilities such as Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscognia, Central Auditory Processing Disorder, AttenGo will provide you with the most advanced cognitive training program today. This clinically tested training program will result in many benefits.

These include:

  • Improved attention/concentration
  • Improved all aspects of memory
  • Increased self awareness
  • Improved self-discipline
  • Improved self-confidence
  • Improved the ability to concentrate in the presence of distractions
  • Reduced hyperactivity
  • Reduced impulsivity
  • Improved planning and organization
  • Improved learning ability
  • Improved patience
  • Enhanced the ability to perform a number of tasks simultaneously
  • Improved ability to quickly shift focus
  • Improved the ability to sustain focus for prolonged periods of time
  • Improved the ability to relax

AttenGo is an easy to use program that will take you or your child step by step from the initial assessment until completion. Recommended training consists of three to five weekly 30-minute sessions for 3 to 6 months.

Recommended by professionals and individuals who completed the program successfully
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The AttenGo program addresses the following cognitive functions:

  • Attention duration – Sustaining attention for longer periods
  • Divided attention – focusing on more than one task at a time
  • Selective attention – focusing on one task, without being distracted by other tasks
  • Working memory – retaining necessary information for short periods of time, yet long enough to specific tasks
  • Sequential processing – working with pieces of information, one after another
  • Simultaneous processing or multitasking – processing a few pieces of information at the same time
  • Processing speed – the speed with which information is processed
  • Sensory motor coordination – coordinating sensory and motor skills
  • Visual processing – working with visual images
  • Auditory processing – working with sounds
  • Audio-visual coordination – working with both sound and visuals, simultaneously
  • Peripheral vision – noticing background details while focusing on a task
  • Concept comprehension – understanding tasks and concepts
  • Visual blending – bringing letters to form words (both visual and auditory)

Start feeling sharper, clearer and more focused today!