Günet Eroğlu, PhD student at Sabancı UniversityComputer Engineering, developed a mobile phone application based on the neurogarmination for dyslexic children. Günet Eroğlu conducts her doctoral study on software development, which she designed and developed based on her own life experience, under the guidance of Dean of Faculty of Engineering and Natural Sciences, Selim Balcısoy and Faculty Member Müjdat Çetin.
The oluy Auto Train Brain mobile app reduces the effects of dyslexia, a subset of specific learning disabilities, which is not yet available for medication, and helps improve children’s school success.
Application increases the reading speed of dyslexic children and decreases error rates
The) Auto Train Brain eri mobile application supports children with visual and audio games and improves their brain signals by feeding them back to them. According to the findings of the mobile application, which was tested on more than 1000 healthy and 17 dyslexic individuals, the improvement of the important parameters of the brain from the first use, and the increase in cognitive performance of dyslexic children from over 20 use.
For the Auto Train Brain app, Clinical Research Ethics Committee Approval was obtained. Sixty-six dyslexic children between the ages of 7 and 10 can participate in the Clinical Research which will start in November . Dyslexic children, were brought to Turkey by the Dyslexia Foundation prior to training and psychometric tests to be applied for from the tills to identify the specific learning difficulties, and these kids will be sessions 60 sessions Braun Auto Trade within 2 months. 6 months after the completion of the training, the TILLS test will be renewed and the cognitive performance increase in children will be monitored. This study is free for voluntary dyslexic children and their families.
The Auto Train Brain app is also supported by the Dyslexia Foundation. The application is applied free of charge to dyslexic children coming to the foundation for special education. Auto Train Brain will be introduced to the audience at the Dyslexia Congress in December. The week of November 1-7 is also known as Dyslexia Awareness Week.
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