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Wednesday, January 04, 2006

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Susan Junghans

You are so wrong regarding biofeedback !!!

Go to www.humboldt.edu for more information

My daughter went to Prentice school for Dyslexia and taught using a multi-sensory approach which greatly helped her, but it's not enough. You need to get to the root cause of the problem - and that's the function of the brain.

Doctor's don't know everything - that's for sure.

My daughter is undergong biofeedback, and let you know in another 6 months how she has improved in her IQ, and reading IQ.

Do a little research before making these statements.

Susan

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What is the theory behind the EEG Biofeedback approach that Othrner uses which you say is not correct?

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Thanks for the nice article. Children who have experienced difficulties with reading and language can also do good, if we will help them. There are many schools which are working in towards this. One of them is Center School. Center School has gained distinction among private schools in PA by offering a curriculum that fosters each child’s maximum development and potential. For more information you can check http://www.centerschoolpa.org/

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