Category Archives: ADHD

Brain Boosting Exercises for ADHD

EOG Brain Boosting Exercises Positive,  Active,  Clear and Energetic thinking. Many students find that, especially in times of stress, they value having this way to restore a natural pace.  **Finding Your P.A.C.E.  (From “The Brain Gym” – Teachers Edition) The P.A.C.E. … Continue reading

Healing the Brain Naturally Part 2

Understanding and taking care of ADHD, ADD, behavioral disorders, learning disorders, developmental delay and autism. Nutrition, Metabolism and Toxicity In the first part of this article, we have explored the neurological factors that cause learning, behavioral and developmental disorders.  We have … Continue reading

Healing the Brain Naturally Part 1

Understanding and taking care of ADHD, ADD, behavioral disorders, learning disorders, developmental delay and autism. Hemisphericity and Functional Disconnection Syndrome As parents and educators, we all want the best for children.  We want to see them grow and develop properly, flourish, … Continue reading

9 Foods NOT To Give Your Kids!

Many children aren’t getting the nutrients they need out of the foods they are eating.  Childhood obesity is on the rise and most signs are pointing to the next generation having a life expectancy that is shorter than their parents.’ … Continue reading

Teaching Tips for Maximizing Brain Function

One way to improve student’s ability to learn is to play to their natural strengths   Most people have one side of their brain that is more dominant than the other.  This article will teach you how to help your children  During … Continue reading

Brain Boosting Exercises

EOG Brain Boosting Exercises Positive,  Active,  Clear and  Energetic thinking. Many students find that, especially in times of stress, they value having this way to restore a natural pace.  **Finding Your P.A.C.E.  (From “The Brain Gym” – Teachers Edition)   … Continue reading

Vaccines: 18 Reasons to Just Say No

By the time a child is 6-months-old they are to be injected with at least 47 vaccines; at 18 months at least 67 , Vaccination and at 4 – 6 years at least 81! – based on the 2008 CDC recommended … Continue reading