Noah Madson remembers being exhausted after hours of tests for his attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. “Boy, those were complicated,” said his mother, Nancy. “He’d come out and say, ‘My brain hurts.’?
CogCubed – An Alternative Treatment for ADHD
Could a simple game be an effective way to treat ADHD? As it turns out a game called CogCubed is quickly becoming an alternative treatment for ADHD.
ADHD Counseling experts Kurt Roots and Monika Heller developed the game. It uses different cubes and has the patient sort them out to complete the goal of the game. By playing the game, the patient is letting it learn the ADHD symptoms of the child and adapting to them. After playing several times the doctor can get a detailed diagnoses.
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