“Research shows that children participating in this educational method have seen a 70% improvement after only sixteen hours of instruction.”

 Dr. JoQueta Handy

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Since realizing the ineffectiveness of current special needs education and its future effects, Dr. Handy has dedicated her work to understanding how children with learning disabilities respond to various teaching strategies. In order to accomplish her research, she has partnered with several biotech companies to tap into how children with ASD-related learning challenges can be taught.

 

Through her research and extensive experience, Dr. Handy has developed a revolutionary approach to teaching children with learning disabilities, especially those with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

 

Dr. Handy uses her holistic education discipline as a platform to inform fellow educators about the best ways to teach children with special needs. She understands that teaching styles need to change in harmony with the unique learning styles these students have, both in public and at-home education.

 — Dr. JoQueta Handy

Dr. JoQueta Handy addresses a WHO global health priority by improving learning among patients who have learning challenges using an innovative holistic approach.

 

 

November 7, 2016 - Integrative Medicine Doctor, JoQueta Handy, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, has developed a revolutionary approach to teaching children with learning disabilities, especially those with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Children participating in this education method — called the Children’s Opportunity for Brilliance (COB) model — have seen a seventy percent improvement after only sixteen hours of instruction.

 

The most recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 1 in 68 children are diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder — up 30% from just two years ago.

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Advanced Technology Transforms Special Needs Education, Improves Learning by 70%

Integrative Medicine Doctor, JoQueta Handy, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

In response to this increase, the World Health Organization (WHO) has officially determined that ASD is a “global health priority,” issuing a formal resolution calling for “comprehensive and coordinated efforts for the management of autism spectrum disorders” among the United Nations and its leaders. Yet, despite this call to action, current educational systems throughout the country have yet to adapt curriculum to accommodate the increased number of children needing specialized assistance in learning. Furthermore, this growing epidemic of children with learning disabilities will soon create a generation of adults who, because of their conditions, will struggle to obtain employment and thrive in society.

 

Since realizing the ineffectiveness of current special needs education and its future effects, Dr. Handy has dedicated her work to understanding how these children respond to various teaching strategies. In order to accomplish her research, she has partnered with several biotech companies to tap into how children with ASD-related learning challenges can be taught.

 

Handy uses three technologies as part of the daily protocols at the Brilliant Learning school:

Interactive Metronome

This technology was originally developed for Olympic athletes, but quickly advanced into the academic realm. It is used to prepare the brain for learning by stimulating the temporal lobes of the brain. It also helps with speech and attention as well as reading fluency and comprehension.

The COB Autism Series on BrainTap

 

Dr. Handy partnered with BrainTap Technologies founder Dr. Patrick Porter to develop a nine program series that focuses on preparing the brain for better attention, for learning speech, language processing and social behavior.

Quantum Reflex Integration

 

This technology, developed by Bonnie Brandes uses low-level lasers on the head and body, which according to Harvard Medical School research, can grow stem cells through the hypothermic effect created by the laser. At Brilliant Learning, results have been seen on EEGs in as little as six treatments.

 

In addition to COB’s daily regime, Dr. Handy uses a comprehensive technology called Quantum Biofeedback on nearly all of her patients and students. This scan determines the diet and supplements each individual needs to balance brain chemistry for better sleep, concentration and overall health. Using 11,000 computer codes to determine tissue responsiveness — similar to an EKG or EEG — this device generates a comprehensive 30-page digital report that includes details on the most affected area in autism as well as all major nutritional areas. She also employs a Heart Rate Variability device to measure the effects of stress on the body and to determine recommendations in diet and supplementation.

 

Dr. Handy uses her holistic education discipline as a platform to inform fellow educators about the best ways to teach children with special needs. She understands that teaching styles need to change in harmony with the unique learning styles these students have, both in public and at-home education.

 

“It’s not only a solution for learning strategies, but it’s a solution for bringing doctors, parents and teachers together. We want to create a hub for the wheel to help each child move forward smoothly,” said Handy. “Because that’s what it’s really all about.”

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 — Dr. JoQueta Handy

Dr. JoQueta Handy addresses a WHO global health priority by improving learning among patients who have learning challenges using an innovative holistic approach.

 

November 7, 2016 - Integrative Medicine Doctor, JoQueta Handy, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, has developed a revolutionary approach to teaching children with learning disabilities, especially those with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Children participating in this education method — called the Children’s Opportunity for Brilliance (COB) model — have seen a seventy percent improvement after only sixteen hours of instruction.

 

The most recent report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 1 in 68 children are diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder — up 30% from just two years ago.

Research shows participants in this method have 70% improvement after only 16 hours of instruction.

 — Dr. JoQueta Handy

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Since realizing the ineffectiveness of current special needs education and its future effects, Dr. Handy has dedicated her work to understanding how children with learning disabilities respond to various teaching strategies. In order to accomplish her research, she has partnered with several biotech companies to tap into how children with ASD-related learning challenges can be taught.

 

Through her research and extensive experience, Dr. Handy has developed a revolutionary approach to teaching children with learning disabilities,

 especially those with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

 

Dr. Handy uses her holistic education discipline as a platform to inform fellow educators about the best ways to teach children with special needs. She understands that teaching styles need to change in harmony with the unique learning styles these students have, both in public and at-home education.

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