(PRWEB) March 27, 2012
Memory on Demand, LLC, a software development firm that specializes in boosting the academic and cognitive performance of children and adults with ADHD, announces the utilization of multiple information pathways in the brain to maximize learning effectiveness.
Focus GPS, currently in Beta testing with children and adults, supports the three critical executive functions of memory, concentration, and organization. The software permits ADHD users to easily step through complex thought processes and effectively manage shifting priorities. This Beta version of Focus GPS is the culmination of 20 years of daily use, testing, and continual improvements.
The founder of Memory on Demand, Ray E. Omholt, suffered a stroke in 1990 that damaged his executive functions. In the years following, he researched the working of the brain and its ability to remember, concentrate, and organize facts and thoughts. Based on his research and over twenty years of empirical development, Omholt created Focus GPS, the software he now uses daily to support his memory and increase his organizational capabilities. See video HERE
Ray Omholt, Founder and CEO of Memory on Demand LLC, states, “The multiple pathway design of Focus GPS, supported by the conclusions of independent research literature, combines 1) Word Association, 2) Repetition, 3) Visualization,4) Auditory Input, and 5) Touch. These features enable Focus GPS to accelerate the learning and extend the memory retention of users”
The use of multiple information pathways that underlie the unique effectiveness of Focus GPS has been the subject of a recent research article published on Tuesday, March 6, 2012 by Ellen Klienerman of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. In her article, MS Kleinerman quoted the following from Dr. Joseph Hanna, Chairman of the Department of Neurology at the (Cleveland) MetroHealth Medical center; “Word association, repetition, visualization, saying the facts out loud, and using touch in the learning process can help you retrieve the material from different pathways”.
The design of Focus GPS utilizes the following pathways:
Association Pathway: Related words and subjects are grouped together for ease of prioritization and for ease of recollection.
Repetition Pathway: Users create header, then a thought-line, and then assign a priority – a triple repetition.
Visual Pathway: Users easily remember the visual landscape of bolded headers and single, unwrapped thought-lines.
Auditory Pathway: When voice recognition is used instead of typing, this creates an auditory pathway.
Sensory Pathway: The sensation of “vibrating” (haptic) virtual keys as information is typed activates a sensory pathway.
Omholt founded Memory on Demand in 2010, a company dedicated to the development of Executive Function apps for pads, smartphones, and desktop computers to strengthen the academic and cognitive performance of children and adults with ADHD.
Memory on Demand, LLC, is located at 668 Kadar Drive, West Chester, PA 19382. Its website is http://www.memory-on-demand.com. Call 1-800-398-1157. Contact: John Snider, john (at) memory-on-demand.com
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