Dynamic, all-video courses teach you to recognize and assess for sensory processing skills vital for academic success.

While regularly assessed for academic performance, few students are assessed for the processing skills needed to read, comprehend, pay attention, remember.

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How the brain takes in, processes and remembers information is entirely dependent upon our senses.

Reading, memory, and attention problems are frequently caused by a hidden deficit, often a visual processing problem unrelated to 20/20 eyesight.

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SEE how to spot a problem.
WATCH what it looks like.

With these video courses you will observe problems and learn simple, educational assessments for hidden sensory processing skill deficits.

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Earn credit by receiving Continuing Education Units or Professional Development Hours.

Educators, occupational therapists, and parents say these courses have provided them with the “missing piece of the puzzle” for many of their students.

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1 in 4 have a learning-related vision problem.” National PTA

Is your child struggling because of a hidden processing problem? Uncover the problem. There are solutions.

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The Vision Brain

This course covers 13 vision,
auditory, and vestibular skills.

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Brain Development Tool

This game comes with a video course on sensory integration.

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Vision Assessment

Learn to screen for Visual Efficiency and Perceptual skills.

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Understand Why a Bright Student Can’t Read and Learn

Millions of children and adults have undetected sensory processing problems that hinder learning and impact behavior. Because of brain plasticity, there are easy ways to begin addressing a problem.

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Learn How the Brain Processes Information

Because every brain is different, everyone perceives or processes input differently. The question is how differently? For example, we assume everyone “sees” what we see. This is a misconception because vision is really BRAIN processing.

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Answer Common Questions About Struggling Students

How can someone genuinely try, but have little success? What’s going on when a good reader doesn’t remember what he’s read? Is the ADD diagnosis accurate? Why haven’t interventions produced better results?

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