The Path Motion Therapy program is the only VISUALLY-BASED therapy that tunes neural brain timing effectively and quickly. It also improves brain function, enables the mind to focus on new ideas, so multi-tasking, sequential processing, and remembering can be done quickly and effortlessly. This therapy is effective for those experiencing dyslexic-type challenges like poor reading and spelling skills as well as those who have suffered brain injuries or cognitive delays associated with advancing years.
Symptoms of Cognitive Processing
Deficits Found For Poor Readers
- Getting headaches when multi-tasking.
- Inability to quickly and accurately process sequential information.
- Trouble remembering ideas and events.
- Slow processing of information.
- Trouble focusing attention.
- A tendency to lose place when thinking.
- Cognitive fatigue: Thinking requires more effort.
- Math, spelling and/or writing problems.
- Difficulty remembering lists of instructions.
Below are a list of questions that should be answered when thinking of The Path Motion Program:
Do these apply? N = Never S = Sometimes O = Often A = Always
1. I have difﬁculty seeing in bright sunlight. N S O A
2. I ﬁnd ﬂuorescent lighting irritating, especially if one of the tubes is ﬂickering. N S O A
3. I have difﬁculty seeing people’s faces in a hallway when there is light coming from behind them. N S O A
4. I have difﬁculty reading menus in a dimly lit restaurant. N S O A
5. I have difﬁculty reading the newspaper w/o good lighting. N S O A
6. I have difﬁculty seeing while driving in the rain. N S O A
7. I have difﬁculty seeing while driving at dusk or at night. N S O A
8. I have difﬁculty reading print on dark colored paper. N S O A
9. I have difﬁculty seeing dark colored cars at night. N S O A
10. I have difﬁculty moving about in a darkened theater. N S O A
11. I have difﬁculty going out for night-time social events such as church, theater, friends’ home, etc. N S O A
12. I depend upon others to help me see under low light conditions or in the dark. N S O A
13. I am worried about taking a fall because of my balance or how I see things in my path. N S O A
14. I tend to be clumsy under low light conditions. N S O A
15. I have difﬁculty with depth perception at night. N S O A
16. I have difﬁculty deciding how much brake pressure to apply, because of how I judge where I am in space. N S O A
17. I have difﬁculty with my peripheral vision under poor lighting conditions or at night. N S O A
18. I have difﬁculty reading street signs while driving at night. N S O A
19. Oncoming headlights bother me at night. N S O A
20. I limit my nighttime driving because of how I see. N S O A
21. Glare at dusk or dawn bothers me. N S O A
22. I feel bad or depressed because of how I see at night or under poor lighting conditions. N S O A
23. I have taken a fall and hurt myself. N S O A
24. I am worried about my risk of taking a fall. N S O A.
25. I am having difﬁculty with my memory. N S O A
26. I limit my freeway driving. N S O A
27. I tend to have attention problems or zone out at times. N S O A
28. I tend to have unexplained blurry vision or tunnel vision at times. N S O A
29. I lose attention when reading print for more than 30-45 minutes. N S O A
30. Certain wallpaper or fabric makes me feel dizzy or annoyed. N S O A