Neurocore can help with Child ADHD

At Neurocore Brain Performance Centers, we have helped thousands of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), also called attention deficit disorder (ADD). In many cases the underlying causes of their ADHD symptoms may be due to anxiety, poor sleep quality, vision problems, a learning disability, or other conditions.

 

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Neurocore may be covered by your insurance

We recognize that every child is unique, and our diagnosis identifies why your child is experiencing his or her specific behaviors. Our innovative treatment program features the best in applied neuroscience. We work with a child’s natural ability to learn, helping them reach their full potential.

Testing for ADHD

We take an innovative approach grounded in science with results. Our comprehensive assessment goes beyond a checklist of observed behaviors. It starts by using advanced qEEG technology that precisely measures your unique brainwave activity to precisely identify the cause of behaviors. Our ADHD test also measures level of attentiveness. After testing, our natural biofeedback and neurofeedback program trains your brain to self-regulate so it can perform at an optimum level.

ADHD is most often diagnosed based on these and other issues:

  • Difficulty completing tasks
  • Trouble focusing
  • Forgetfulness
  • Difficulty following a schedule
  • Easily distracted

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Clients Who Complete Our Program Have Reported*

85%

experience a “clinically important”
reduction of ADHD symptoms1

53%

no longer meet symptomatic
thresholds of ADHD2

*Of those presenting with a “Clinical” status (T-score ≥ 70) on the Achenbach System of Empirically Based Assessment (ASEBA) DSM-Oriented AD/HD Problems Scale.
1Magnitude of improvement on the ASEBA DSM-Oriented AD/HD Problems Scale by at least the minimal clinically important difference (MCID), defined by ASEBA; in this case the MCID is at least 3 points.
2Reduction of T-score by at least 1 point on the ASEBA DSM-Oriented AD/HD Problems Scale.
**Outcomes based on completing 30 sessions.

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