Research finds that students who received ADHD coaching show substantial gains in their overall approach to learning - including improvements in their ability to organize, direct and manage cognitive activities, emotional responses and overt behaviors. They are better able to formulate goals more realistically and consistently work toward achieving them, manage their time more effectively, and stick with tasks even when they find those tasks challenging.
Mount Sinai researchers show that synaptic health in the brain is closely linked to cognitive decline. Further, they discover that estrogen restores synaptic health and also improves working memory. Read Post
Research published by Cell Press in the journal Neuron, describes a potential new therapeutic approach for improving memory and modifying disease progression in patients with amnestic mild cognitive impairment. The study finds that ... Read Post
Any treatment approach for ADHD should be multifaceted and may include medication (when appropriate) combined with education for the child and parent about ADHD, behavior modifications and management techniques, and educational mana... Read Post