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Learning & Behavioural Difficulties
ADD / ADHD / Dyslexia / Dyspraxia / Hyperactivity / Aspergers.

Do you or your child:
     • Struggle to read, write & spell?
     • Have speech issues involving stuttering?    
     • Get frustrated trying to learn ‘simple’ tasks?
     • Have a short term memory?
     • Lack confidence, have a low self esteem?
     • Struggle to express thoughts fluently?

The ability to write, visualise what you’re writing & listen all at the same time are things most of us take for granted. For many this presents confusion and frustration.
Don’t let this issue take over you, or your families lives!

     - Learning difficulties (reading, writing, spelling, maths)
     - Speech (stuttering)
     - Recall (short-term memory)
     - Co-ordination with sport/physical activities
     - Behavioural issues (anger & frustration)
     - Emotional (lack of confidence, low self-esteem)

Regardless of the combination of symptoms above—at the Neurolink Centre these all come together under the one banner—Neurological Dis-organisation
Other assistance &/or educational programs teach the person to COMPENSATE for the deficit. They work on the basis of stimulating the brain or ‘doing’ something to effect change. 
What’s not happening is that specific centres of the brain (eg Cerebellum, Motor, Auditory, Visual etc) are not connecting or ‘talking’ with all the other cortical centres accordingly.

With NIS we use the latest scientific research at cellular level to reconnect the neurological pathways to allow automatic function to be restored.

At the Neurolink Centre we use a safe, non-invasive, drug free approach to re-set the neurological pathways to allow automatic function to resume.


Each individual will have symptoms unique to them, so we evaluate each person case by case. 

How does it take to see change?
Every patient is different, the combination of symptoms, the length of time they have had the complaint, and age of the patient will all influence time frames for change. However, on average it takes a period of 4 months to see a full pattern of improvement.  The brain starts its changes from the very 1st visit. Small improvements should start to show within a week or two of the first visit.
How many visits are required?
Depends on the patient, but at the Neurolink Centre we usually commence with at least 2-3 visits a couple of weeks apart and a re-evaluation visit 4 months from the first one. 


Why our approach is different»
Are your child's allergies playing a role in their learning difficulty?»

This article was written for the Neurolink Centre, where the Neurological Integration System (NIS) is the only method of care. Click here for more articles written for the Neurolink Centre

If you do not live nearby, please refer to our
Practitioner Directory to find a practitioner using the NIS system local to you.  It is important to state that you wish to have NIS care, as many practitioners use the NIS system alongside other modalities.