After 1,200 frustrating clinic visits for her son’s dyslexia, Dolly Lowery had an idea. What if she could put therapy inside a video game?
“BrainyAct is therapy delivered via a video game experience,” Lowery says. “It retrains the brain.”
Lowery teamed up with chiropractic neurologist Nelson Mane to develop the program, then launched it commercially shortly before the pandemic. During the lockdowns, homebound families found themselves desperate for alternatives to in-person therapy. Between in-home setups (using the same Kinect technology as an Xbox) and treatment centers in Minnesota and Delaware, over 100 families have gone through the program.
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