Learn How to Pay Attention
Paying attention takes four separate brain processing skills.
These four skills combine with other processing skills to enable a student to take in information, organize it, process it, store it for later use, and remember it successfully when needed.
Many processing skills contribute to successful attention. Of them, brain speed and timing play a big role in how well your child is able to pay attention, sustain attention, and switch attention. Hardy Attention Toolkit begins with an accurate measurement of brain timing to help us develop a customized training plan to strengthen brain timing weaknesses and improve attention.