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                  HELPING BRIGHT KIDS WHO STRUGGLE WITH:                             Adhd     Focus     Dyslexia      Motor Skills       Learning Differences                Anxiety     Sensory Integration      Balance       Coordination         Making Friends          Social Interactions       Emotional Regulation

Hailey Caraway, M.Ed., CSC

Honestly, words can’t describe how passionately I feel towards the work that Amanda from Whole Brain Gym has done for our campus.  It brings me so much joy to walk down the hallway, and see a student using the pathway so efficiently and responsibly. They are taking ownership of regulating their own emotions and body by using a tool that research has shown to be so effective. I have seen all ages, and several different departments within the school setting use the path with their students (I.e. School Psychologist, Counselors, Teachers, EXPO, Special ED). I know it is impacting these students tremendously with their academics and behavior at school, and we are so appreciative and blessed to have this at our campus. Thank you Amanda!

Sharon Child 4th Grade Reading and Writing

In our Fourth Grade hallway we have seen our students understand and utilize the sensory pathway.  They have been given the opportunity to use a “sensory pathway” pass when they feel they need to use this tool.  I’ve seen students use if for a variety of reasons; getting the wiggles out, waking up when feeling groggy, working out frustrating feelings, and refocusing when feeling distracted.  The students love being able to self-monitor their need for this tool.  They enjoy the activities and when they return to the classroom they look more alert and ready to take on learning again.  I’m so thankful that we have been able to offer this tool to our students.

Linda Cavazos Tucker Ph.D

We have two Whole Brain Sensory Paths at Evers (Elementary).  Amanda Stout Walker has been amazing at not only getting us started but also with the professional development piece behind it with our staff. She owns Whole Brain Gym and truly understands the connection between repetitive motion and SEL (Social emotional learning).

Whole Brain Gym is a Multi-Sensory Home-based, Classroom or in-Center program.

 It helps improve motor and cognitive abilities by strengthening the Vestibular (balance) system.

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