Based on 25 years of research by neuroscientists at Monash University
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The Underestimated Importance Of Attention
Attention difficulties are not only found in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD), they are also found in typically developing children. Many people take attention for granted. As a parent, it’s vital that you understand the importance of attention in your child’s development.
Learn about attention
Children with attention problems struggle to focus their mind on a task, to listen, to absorb information or to control impulsive behaviours and emotional outbursts.
This can impact other aspects of their lives – at school, home, in social situations and, eventually academic achievement and employment.
Selection allows a child to focus on a task by filtering out distractions. Ignoring what doesn’t matter is as important as noticing what does.
Think of a child reading a book while others in the house are listening to music, watching tv or having conversations close by.
The focus boosting game helps teach your child to focus on the task at hand for a longer period of time.
When a child masters focus, he or she can maintain attention on a task until completion.
Attention control is when a child chooses what to attend to and what to ignore to achieve a goal. This skill also includes dividing attention between two or more tasks.
Imagine your child talking about their school work and how they plan to tackle the exercises.
The inhibition strengthening game teaches children the skills to avoid acting impulsively.
If a child lacks inhibition, they tend to act impulsively and struggle to control thoughts and behaviour.
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
Outcomes Of Improved Attention
Strong attention creates positive impacts in every aspect of a child’s life. You can work with your child to help improve their attention by engaging certain parts of their brain through targeted activities. Children with a high level of attention are often:
Focussed in school
Better with numbers
Good at building social relationships
More likely to do well in exams
Tali Train has proven its effectiveness as an early intervention program to help improve attention in both typically developing children and children with attention disorders.
How Tali Train Works
25 short, fun game-based sessions over 5 weeks
Adaptive games that will keep your child challenged at their level
Limited screen time
Healthy screen time with sessions limited to 20 minutes
Ability to track and analyse your child’s progress
Tali Train is an intensive cognitive training program for you and your child to play together each day. You’ll spend quality time working with your child to improve their attention and creating a more fulfilling future.