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Brain Freeze Group

Brain Freeze, is something everyone experiences, for example when you can’t remember the instruction from a teacher, the name or the word you need or recall a number while doing your math lesson.

 

This is linked to working memory, which is a basic cognitive process and is important for learning, planning and remembering everyday tasks. Most children with learning and attention issues have trouble with their working memory. Through the Jungle Memory program, games and activities children will learn how to increase these skills.

Group sessions are facilitated by English speaking therapists and tailored for your child’s needs.

 

Outcomes of the group

  • Skills help to improve the working memory. For example: structure the working place, writing things down, etc.

  • Strategies to improve the working memory and basic learning skills


For cost and booking, please contact us.

(Therapeutic group cost may be claimable through health insurance)

Registered with the Dutch Occupational Therapy and Educational Psychology Association: Nederlandse Vereniging voor Ergotherapie (number 14979; registration number: 29901493690) and Nederlandse Vereniging voor Orthopedagogiek (number 7612).

Contact us

Child Development

Achter Sint Pieter 9

3512 HP Utrecht

Phone +31(0)624144875  

E-mail info@childdevelopment.nl

KvK: 27.34.94.75

Registrations

Registratie nummer: 29901493690  

Nederlandse Vereniging voor Ergotherapie (NVE: nr. 14979)    

Nederlandse Vereniging voor Orthopedagogiek’ (NVO: nr. 7612)    

AGB-code: 99-001060/ 88-051023

IBAN: NL41ABNA0415337623

NL41 ABNA 0415 3376 23

BIC: ABNANL2A

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