As a keeper, our daughter Veerle (19) has had a number of strong collisions in recent years. We ended up in the hospital twice. After the check, keep the advice calm and it will come well ..... we thought. Because you see your daughter every day you do not notice so quickly that it is always a small one goes a little less. Signals such as fatigue, poor sleep, overstimulation and listlessness sneak into the pattern slowly. There were no solutions. It was like parents to be discouraged To become. Until we read a newspaper article from Movethebrain where the recognizability was so great was that we immediately had an intake planned. The brain scan of the intake told us enough. Many disruptions but happy to resolve. Veerle has in consultation with the Movethebrain team opted for the intensive two-week training. Not just neurotraining but the complete package of movement, relaxation, resilience, structure and goals. This was for Veerle de perfect way to get better. Partly due to the knowledge, professionalism and positive thinking from the team we see Veerle getting a little better every day. The negative symptoms are exchanged and brought positivity. She is now an active, positive, cheerful girl who is more self-aware and has set goals that she will achieve in the future. Even if it just doesn't work there is always someone on hand who has tips of encouraging words to make Veerle one more step to help forward. In the last scan we had that Veerle clearly see them has made great strides and that her brain is working again at the level that is needed to again actively participate in the world around her. As a parent, what you want for you Children. Movethebrain thanks for the support of Veerle and us.
After a ski accident, our daughter Eva (then 13) fell on her head, she has had many treatments from various doctors and therapists. These treatments did help, but Eva continued to suffer from headaches, difficulty concentrating, tiredness and irritability. She could only go to school and sport top, go to parties or other activities. The two-week training was intensive and tiring for her, but she already noticed after a few days that the exercises were successful and that she was getting more energy.
The alternation between the different types of therapy was nice. Eva, as the only non-adult, felt at ease in the group and found the trainers all equally nice and involved. It was good to share and be with fellow sufferers. Now, a month and a half after intensive training, Eva's recovery is still on the rise. She goes to school a little more every week, feels better, has a lot less headache and can tolerate better. There is laughter in the house again and she is again fashioned with her brother. She also has the sense and energy to speak with friends. Sometimes she is tired after a busy week, but she no longer gets a headache. We as parents, but also Eva herself, would certainly recommend Move The Brain to others. The intensive combination of the different types of training was more effective for Eva than the individual therapies they received from the rehabilitation center. Eva herself said that it is about her and about being able to focus her.
Tessa, mother of Eva (14)
My situation before the training was uncertain. Little support and trust is given from regular care. With occupational therapy I certainly had good guidance, but the recovery process was slow. The intensive training was very intensive, but also a lot of time for relaxation and sportiness in a quiet environment. It was also very nice to be with a group of 'fellow sufferers'.
We have lived in a bubble for two weeks and time has flown by. I am now 6 weeks further and I notice that things are getting better every week. It remains a process in which you have to keep taking your moments of rest. I apply many elements of the training to my daily schedule. Every week I can expand my schedule.
So I am in a positive flow! I would absolutely recommend the training. The personal guidance was very good. I have been given many handles to continue to experience improvement. And besides that I am again confident that everything will be fine!