Based on 25 years of research by neuroscientists at Monash University
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Improve attention during your child’s early years
Tali is creating game based programs designed to improve attention in children. Our five week Tali Train program targets the underlying problems of attention difficulties and strengthens the four core attention skills: Selection, Control, Inhibition and Focus.
Is your child struggling with attention?
In Australia, 40,000 children start school with reduced attention capabilities. It’s a growing problem that can impact children in many areas of their lives — education, social inclusion, family and, later employment. Tali’s programs show positive results in attention in just over a month.
Improving attention in children everywhere
Tali Train is clinically proven to boost attention in children. Bring Tali Train into your family, school or healthcare practice.
A fun, healthy and stimulating way for your child to build core attention skills under your guidance, in the comfort of your home.Learn more
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Who can benefit from Tali?
Tali is creating fun, engaging, and evidence-based programs which are proven to strengthen and improve attention skills in kids. Our programs are designed for little ones aged 3-8 with attention difficulties including those diagnosed with ADHD, and developmental disorders like ASD and Down Syndrome.
What parents are saying about Tali Train
Deana, 7 year old son, ADHD
Stefanie, 5 year old son, Autism Spectrum Disorder
Elise, 4 year old son, Attention difficulties
Build the four core attention skills
Tali Train targets neural pathways in your child’s brain to improve attention.
The selection game encourages your child to shut out distractions and decide what’s important.
The focus boosting game helps your child to focus on the task at hand for a longer period of time.
The control focussed game will help your child develop the skills to choose what to attend to and what to ignore.
The inhibition strengthening game teaches your child the skills to avoid acting impulsively.
Want to be involved in our research?
If you are the parent, guardian, or carer of a child aged 5-7 years with a confirmed diagnosis of ADHD or high levels of inattentive and hyperactive symptoms, we would like to invite you and your child to take part in the Tada Project at Monash University.