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Neurofeedback for Autism and Asperger's


The early life development of a human being is complex and entails stages that are very critical to forming the foundation of personality and overall life success. Modern neuroscience advances have produced evidence of how many factors can affect the early and sensitive stage of childhood development. Autism (ASD) and Asperger’s syndrome are a unique combination of social, emotional, cognitive, and physical challenges

QEEG markers for learning disabilities

1 in 44 children are diagnosed with Autsim nationwide, and 1 in 26 in California, according to the CDC

Autism and Asperger's brain performance

Accompanied by comorbidities in 31% of cases

Asperger's and Autism neurology

Often associated with intellectual disabilities

QEEG markers for Autism and Aperger's

40-60% of population have epileptiform (seizure type) activity in the brain

Autism and Aperger's statistics

Affects males more than females

Research on ASD over the past 20+ years shows:

Mirror neuron system and autism

Dysregulation of mirror neuron system (MNS)

Brain waves and Autism

MNS associated with brain wave (EEG) activity called mu rhythm, is a common marker of ASD

EEG and Autism Asperger's

Upwards of 30% of individuals develop clinical seizures by adolescence

EEG and Autism Asperger's

Significant EEG abnormalities are present in 50% of all cases, mostly within the right temporoparietal junction (TPJ) of the brain

Brain peak performance

Associated with patterns of connectivity (coherence) between certain brain structures

Neurofeedback for learning disabilities

Neurofeedback and brain change


Malleability of the brain helps shape new patterns of activity that bring relief from ASD symptoms


Training mu rhythm, seizure, and coherence patterns of brain wave activity shows significant reductions in ASD symptoms

Drug Free

Trained brain wave patterns retain their function that are able to refine over time

Neurofeedback improves brain connectivity

Changing epileptiform (seizure) activity in the brain has had decades of successful outcomes with neurofeedback

Brain training therapy and regulation

Neurofeedback improves connectivity (coherence) between brain structures which ensures longevity of gained benefits


Drug-free and Non-invasive

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