|DEMENTIA||STROKE||BRAIN INJURIES||OTHER CONDITIONS|
Getting results with the 21st century
Visual Perceptual Therapy
disorders can be incredibly disruptive and challenging, and while
function may be lost, its the loss of cognitive abilities
struggle with the most.
But there is far more we can do these days to overcome these issues.
you have a neuro-cognitive disorder not mentioned here, don't
worry. The chances are The Visual Perceptual Therapy is for you
too. Just drop
line and tell me a little about yourself
allows us to go to the heart
of neurological disorders, restoring skills and abilities that
been lost or disrupted.
John's story here
remember hearing an interview with a neuro-scientist on the radio
several years ago, in which he said that once the brain has healed, we
only need to practice, just as he would, and we would be able to
perform any task we could previously. Anyone reading this, or
anyone who knows someone, who has suffered a stroke or brain injury
will know how much nonsense this idea is. If it were true, we would
have no one in this world suffering the long term consequences of such
In my 30 years of practice as an occupational therapist, I've watched has medicine has steadily improved upon its ability to treat the physical consequences of stroke and brain injuries; however, the therapy that is provided today has hardly changed at all
new day has now dawned.
The Visual Perceptual Therapy
is available around the world, for anyone
who has a neuro-cognitive disorder.
If you want to
allows us to go to the heart of these problems and correct them from there.
Meaning more progress, far more quickly than ever before.
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first step is to find out how I can help.
Contact me today!
program is available all around the world via Skype, meaning
that it doesn't matter where
you are, you can
work with me.
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