FIE OVERVIEW

Latest neuroscience research informs the theories, practices and passions of  The Feuerstein Institute  training in Brain Plasticity and Modifiability. This paradigm shift sees therapy and assessment as being a dynamic development of the individual’s potential for changing their brain’s structure and their mental ,emotional and social functioning utilizing Feuerstein’s Instrumental Enrichment (FIE-Basic).

The FIE Program for neurocognitive restructuring can re-mediate the brain’s natural plasticity. FIE  can rehabilitate cognitive functions that have been lost through brain injury, illnesses or stroke, addictions, cognitive decline, and developmental disorders.

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OVERVIEW OF FIE CLINICAL SERVICES

ACQUIRED BRAIN INJURY

Traumatic Brain Injuries (TBI) are devastating for individuals affected and for their families

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ILLNESSES, STROKE & ADDICTIONS

Click the links below to learn more about how the FIE program works with CVA & stroke, and geriatrics.

CVA & Stroke

Geriatrics

EDUCATIONAL

Learning Disabilities

The Feuerstein Method has been highly successful in treating children with learning disabilities.

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Giftedness

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DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS (GENETIC AND CONGENITAL)

ADHD

The FIE method has been modified to suit the special needs of those with developmental disorders including ADHD.

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SPECTRUM DISORDERS

The Feuerstein Method has enabled autistic individuals to learn to function at a much higher level.

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DOWN SYNDROME

The Feuerstein Method has proven to be an excellent tool for treating children with Down syndrome.

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