Sequencing In A Flash

Sequencing In A Flash 1.6

Sequencing In A Flash increases visual and/or auditory processing levels
 
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Sequencing In A Flash systematically increases visual and/or auditory processing levels with daily use. By using Sequencing In A Flash twice a day for two minutes, you can increase short term memory, attention span, and reading comprehension; as well as improve behavior, social skills and the ability to follow directions. Sequencing In A Flash systematically increases visual and/or auditory processing levels with daily use. During a visual sequencing session, a set amount of numbers (set by the user) are displayed on the screen for approximately 3 seconds and then removed. Once the numbers are no longer visible, the user is given the opportunity to input the numbers in the exact order that they were originally displayed. With daily work, the ability to retain visual information is increased. During an auditory sequencing session, a set amount of numbers will be spoken at approximately 1 second intervals. Subsequently, the user will have the opportunity to input the numbers in the exact order that they were originally spoken. With daily work, auditory process skills will increase, giving the user the ability to listen better, retain auditory information and have better comprehension of reading material. A correct response is rewarded with praise, or this feature can be turned off.

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