• Time Magazine Reports on Neurofeedback for Alzheimer’s - August 22 2016 Today’s Time Magazine ran an interesting article about a Neurologist in Virginia who runs an Alzheimer’s ‘bootcamp’ including neurofeedback. The results were also reported in The Journal of Prevention of Alzhiemer’s Disease and are summarised in the graph below:    
  • What Do You Think About NICE’s Recommendation For ‘No Change’ To ASD Guidelines ? - This is what we think … 24 May 2016 Today is the deadline for comments on the draft decision NOT to change the NICE Clinical Guidelines for ASD for Adults. Next Tuesday 1st June is the deadline for comments on the recommendation NOT to change the  Guidelines for Children. We think this misses an opportunity […]
  • Wandsworth Autism Fayre – Thanks For Coming ! - Thanks to all who visited our stand from Stuart and Agnieszka – we had many requests for information so we have created this page so you can download exactly what you want. Feel free to share with others, and don’t hesitate to call us on 0208 978 0186 if you have any questions or would […]
  • ADHD 2.0 Myths Explained - ADHD 2.0 – What is it ? Interesting article published recently by ADDITUDE, written by Dr Thomas Brown about the ‘new’ model of understanding ADHD as a developmental impairment of the brain’s self management system rather than just the diagnosis a collection of behaviours, helps to explain why Neurofeedback can be such an effective tool, […]
  • Neuroscience in the Boardroom: - Article by Stuart Black of BrainTrainUK on Neuroscience in the Boardroom.
  • Neurofeedback Information Sessions in Battersea - Free Neurofeedback Information Sessions At BrainTrainUK, Penhurst House, 352-256 Battersea Park Road, London SW11 3BY. Come and meet Agnieskza Sosnecka-Rumianowska, our Cognitive Neursocientist and Neurofeedback Practitioner to discover what Neurofeedback is all about and how it can help to improve nervous system regulation and address many symptoms, including those of ASD and ADHD. With NICE […]
  • What’s the difference between the ‘Brain Training’ offered by Lumosity and BrainTrainUK ? - Why all ‘brain training’ is not the same Lumosity, an online ‘brain-training’ service that provides brain ‘games’ intended to improve brain function,  hit the news a few weeks ago as they have agreed to pay $2m with a threat of $50m as part of a settlement following allegations of  ‘the deceptive marketing of a brain-training […]
  • Can you Trust Consumer Biofeedback Devices ? - How Well Are Consumer BioFeedback Devices Engineered ? Last week it was reported that FitBit are being sued by customers who claim that their heart rate monitors are inaccurate to the point of being dangerous. The examples given are people who have been trying to keep their heart rate within a certain maximum using the […]
  • Baby Scientists wanted ! - Researchers in London & Southampton are looking for ‘baby scientists’ aged 0-11 months who have a sibling or parent diagnosed with ADHD to help with the Babylab research into early signs of ADHD.     Funded by charity MQ, if you are selected as a Baby Scientist you either get to watch cartoons at home […]
  • Research Autism page on Neurofeedback updated - Research Autism have an excellent summary of Neurofeedback, and an extensive summary of peer-reviewed studies on Neurofeedback for ASD.
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