Friday, July 07, 2006

ADHD: Special video game system treats ADHD

From the CEC Smart Brief:

San Jose, Calif., physician Margaret MacDonald helps young patients with ADHD boost their focus by having them play SMART BrainGames, a video game that monitors brain waves and provides biofeedback. One parent says the therapy has helped her daughters -- both of whom have ADHD -- reduce their need for medication. Ivanhoe Broadcast News (7/7)

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