The main user was to be a 7 year old suffers from focus and attention issues. They found it to be easy for him to use by himself on a daily basis. He would read books aloud to himself for 15-20 minutes at a time. They also had him count aloud alternating from a soft to loud voice for each number. They have seen some improvements in some of his problem areas, but again it is difficult to say what has made the most impact. More time with the product may produce more specific results. One frustration is the size isn't adjustable so it feels large on a child's head. That may be necessary for it to work properly, but it takes some getting used to. Still, the kids enjoy using it and making silly sounds!
Because little sisters always want to do what their big brothers are doing, another user was a 3 year old. At her age, her language and clarity is still developing so Forbrain made a very clear difference immediately even though she only used it a few times. Each time she used it she would talk more slowly and deliberately, correcting herself when she would hear a word spoken incorrectly. It quickly helped her to say her ‘L’ sounds more correctly.
Based on this limited experience, Forbrain is a high-quality resource certainly for anyone with language or speaking difficulties. Those difficulties certainly impact other issues so it makes sense that this tool could have farther reaching effects with long-term use. When learning challenges come with our children, one of the most life-giving things is just knowing about different resources that might could help. This gives us hope for growth and improvement!
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