Charleston-based Capital A Partners said it has recently invested in a game-based attention training program aimed at helping people, mainly those with attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder.
The program, Neuro+, helps individuals exercise their brains so they can develop and improve their attention skills. The program includes neurofeedback, motion-biofeedback and cognitive training facets designed to help users improve their focus, self-control, body motions and impulse control.
To participate, users are outfitted with dry, wireless EEG headsets and play training games that challenge them to focus while doing a series of exercises. During the motion-biofeedback portion, users must maintain complete body control and remain still to avoid point penalties. During go/no-go training, participants practice impulse control by responding to stimuli.
Participants have seen results from the program after training 30 minutes per day three days per week.
For more information or to sign up, visit www.neuropl.us.