Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

What Is It?

ADHD is not just a behavior problem, but a complex multifactor problem that significantly impacts a person’s life. Everyday life functioning, social engagement, and self-esteem are impacted by the frustrations ADHD causes. It is important for supervisors, teachers, parents, peers and those with ADHD to understand the complexity of the disorder. People experience ADHD differently, and no two cases are alike. Some interventions may work for one person, but be ineffective for another.

What Can Be Done for ADHD?

HappyNeuron Pro is designed to be used as a tool that provides stimulating content to practice cognitive skills. With ADHD, working memory, attention, and executive functioning are compromised. Therapists can use HappyNeuron Pro exercises to build these areas of cognition with their clients and help them transfer strategies their clients use to complete exercises to their daily lives. Assist your patient in building organizational skills, memory, and step-by-step processing. These skills are key as people with ADHD have difficulty finishing tasks, thoughts, and actions which can cause them to miss information that is relevant to them and their situation. By designing a workout plan that incorporates executive function, visual attention, verbal memory, visual memory, and auditory memory, you can help your patient strengthen these skills and guide them in applying them to everyday life.

Cognitive Remediation for ADHD
use the Following Cognitive Skills

Executive Function

The ability to enable goal-oriented behavior, cognitive flexibility, and emotional regulation.

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Skill to be able to translate sounds into words and generate verbal output.

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The ability to focus on tasks and details in order to complete and use them.

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The ability to hear, process, blend, segment, and use sounds to shape behavior.

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Processing Speed

Enables you to perform tasks quickly and accurately.

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Visual-Spatial Skills

Ability to process incoming visual stimuli, understand spatial relationships between objects, and visualize images and scenarios.

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Visual Memory

Work on the ability to process, encode, store and retrieve visual information.

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Verbal Memory

The ability to remember something written or spoken that was previously learned.

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Spatial Memory

Enables you to store and retrieve of information needed to plan a route to a desire location.

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4 key features

HappyNeuron Pro has more ways to help you run your practice.

Your patients will rave about going digital. Say goodbye to the piles of unfinished papers and hello to completed exercises and positive feedback.