Learn all about The Movement Program in this free informative webinar
Are you familiar with The Movement Program? It’s a progressive developmental movement program that engages students for 12 weeks and is proven to improve reading, academic performance, and English exam results. The co-developers of TMP, Alex Doman and Alan Heath, walk you through the program and all the benefits in this free webinar.
ABT CEO Alex Doman and EEG Info discuss origins of music listening therapy, ABT and more
ABT CEO Alex Doman recently sat down with EEG Info President Kurt Othmer to discuss the origins of music listening therapy, the birth of Advanced Brain Technologies and the development of ground breaking programs such as The Listening Program and inTime.
ABT recognized on TransTech 200 list for second year in a row
The TransTech 200 is the annual list of the key innovators who are driving technology for mental and emotional well-being forward. Advanced Brain Technologies is proud to be included for the second year in a row on the TransTech 200 list alongside such well-known names as Apple, Facebook, FitBit, Google, Microsoft, and Samsung, among many others.
SC is a 17-year-old with Down syndrome. In addition, she has been diagnosed with sensory processing disorder, social anxiety disorder, psychosis, developmental regression and more. The Listening Program® was combined with vision therapy to help her overcome her developmental deficits.
Our friends at Sensory Focus / The Vision Development team are hosting a special two-day training event, December 8-9, to help professionals become certified to offer The Listening Program® and inTime in their practice. It’s a great opportunity to learn from the co-creator of inTime, Sheila Allen, MA, OTR, BCP.
If you are a professional and you have thought about training on TLP or inTime, this will be an informative and exciting learning experience. Sign up for one or both days of training, and if you register for both courses you’ll save $47.
For those who are deaf, music is not just about sound. At age 20, Rachel Kolb received cochlear implants that gave her partial hearing. In virtual reality, experience how music felt for her, before and after.
Research has uncovered eight new genes that are tied to epilepsy
A recent study of 200 children with epileptic encephalopathy – epilepsy combined with intellectual or overall developmental disability – and their parents could lead to the development of a more rational anti-epileptic treatment strategy. The research team identified eight new genes involved in this type of epilepsy thanks to their use of whole-genome sequencing, which had never been done before in an epileptic study.