ADHD

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Posted by: Jackie | 2011/09/02

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Dyscalculia

my son 11 was diagnosed with ADD - His is doing well in his learning subjects, accept maths. I''ve read about Stimulating the brain with current stimulation, which improves maths skills for up to 6 months. Do you know where this is being done please.

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ADHD Expert

Dear Jackie,

A difficulty with maths and dyscalculia are quite different from one another.

Regardless, I think the treatment you are referring to is neurofeedback therapy. There are differing opinions on its efficacy. Not knowing which area you are in it is difficult to recommend someone; however, googling neurofeedback and your area should provide you with a place to start.

Good luck,
Delia

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Posted by: ADD/ADHD Expert | 2011/09/06

Dear Jackie,

A difficulty with maths and dyscalculia are quite different from one another.

Regardless, I think the treatment you are referring to is neurofeedback therapy. There are differing opinions on its efficacy. Not knowing which area you are in it is difficult to recommend someone; however, googling neurofeedback and your area should provide you with a place to start.

Good luck,
Delia

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