Looking Inside Kids' Minds Can Open the Future

That information led Miranda to suggest not only medication but targeted therapy, in this case music lessons, to help teach the other side of Zach's brain to pick up the slack.

Miranda contends specialized memory excercises that appeal to one particular side of the brain can train it to take over for the slower side.

Megan showed no signs of attention deficits or other brain issues.Miranda suggested simply helping her with her reading. Without this puzzle piece Megan would likely have been put on medication. Mom had assumed that Meagan, the youngest, likely had the same issue as her siblings.

Having evidence behind what was happening to her kids was a comfort to Jensen. "You truly understand what your'e looking at and what's going on in your kids' head," she said. "And Dr. Miranda goes through each piece with you."

For Danny Rodgers, looking inside his head opened up his future.

When his grandmother, Jeanne, asked him what he wanted to do when he grew up, Danny replied earnestly, "Save the turtles, lower gas prices, and bring home the soldiers."

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