Neuroplastic training, at the CDN, is a set of experiences that have been designed, or organised, to bring about positive neurological change, or enhancement in the way that an individual goes about learning or interaction. The training requires the participant to:

  • use controlled attention
  • undertake tasks that are intensive in nature
  • undertake the training for a pre-determined amount of time
  • be well supervised throughout the training

Our Team members include:

  • Wendy Horton

    Wendy has worked as a classroom teacher, a special needs teacher, a literacy specialist and most recently, as an educational interventionist, working to develop and support students to undertake individual learning interventions. She is passionate and enthusiastic in helping children.

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