Some Of The ManyImprovements & Changes I Have Been Told By Parents Since Training Started
After 2 weeks of training, my child no longer has fits and outbursts and has only had 1 temper tantrum this last week when before training was having temper tantrums daily.
Attitude is more positive and emotional outbursts are decreasing.
He is much more calm, less argumentative, has more willingness to try new things.
Chores are getting done without being told and reminded to do.
He wants to help his parents now to do things at home.
Falls asleep faster at night now.
Now able to remember at night what the teacher said in class that day.
Able to remember to bring things home from school or homes of others now.
Was unable to remember how to do something unless done daily and now able to retain and doesn't have to do something daily to remember.
We've seen huge improvements with his fine and gross motor skills.
She had some uncoordination but with training is now able to skip, jump rope and keep her balance.
Sports instructions are easier to remember and the ability to do is getting better.
Before training spelling tests were Fs and are now As and Bs.
In 2 months of training my daughter's reading test has increased from 80 words to 133 words per minute.
No longer qualifies for SPED assistance.
My child likes herself better and has more confidence now.
Wants to communicate and interact more freely now with people.
Has more patience and willingness. Less argumentative and has more willingness to try new things.
His teacher said that he is able to focus in class now and is a model student.
My daughter behaves at recess now and doesn't complain or whine anymore.
Her visual tracking has improved per her optometrist.
He participates in class now and no longer stomps his feet on the desk or floor.
Grandparents are seeing changes in more willingness to conversate with them now rather than them always asking questions and getting no response from him.
At the school conference, his teacher said that she sees changes in that he is raising his hand now to answer questions, is enjoying to learn more than he used to and is talking more every day talk with other boys.
Helpers in the lunchroom at school are asking what has been done to improve the child's behavior at lunch.