Educational NeuroCare

applying neuroscience to special needs in school


Was your SENCO 100% satisfied last year?


* Did your learning disabled pupils make dramatic gains?

* Did your ADHD pupils settle more readily to their work?

* Did challenging behaviour steadily diminish?


Are you satisfied that your special needs budget is working to its full potential - or is it a case of 'could do better'?

Applying neuroscience to special needs


Modern brain-imaging techniques have enabled scientists to identify specific brainwave patterns that correlate with learning and behavioural difficulties. Using an approach called neurofeedback children can directly address their own brainwave dysfunction. They can make neurological changes that will lead to a more productive, more fulfilling life both at school and at home. Currently, over 200 schools in the USA routinely use neurofeedback as part of their special needs provision for the treatment of Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia, attention and behavioural problems. Educational NeuroCare now offers UK schools the opportunity to incorporate neurofeedback into their special needs programme.