"Her ability to attend in classroom without self distracting or disturbing other students has improved markedly. Her ability to work in classroom without redirection has increased from five or less minutes to up to an hour or so. She has an increase awareness of how hard she works in school and how that relates to her success and sense of accomplishment and what she needs to do to stay focused. She is much more able to recognize potential distractions and avoid becoming distracted or plan ahead to create a less distractive environment. She is able to read on her own now with excellent comprehension and interest for extended periods of time. Her ability to self-calm has improved markedly. She participates with focus in groups in and out of school. Her ability to redirect herself in and out of the classroom continues to improve, with and without cues from a teacher or parent. Her self confidence continues to grow."

A.B., New Hampshire