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Brain Enhancement Program Research Study Project II

ID BEP#08015

Diagnose : Mantel Retardation
Age : 16 Years Old/ 1992

Data source :

This assessment is for BEP Research Study Project II purpose and based upon the following sources:

  • Review BEP#08015 School 2008 I.E.P. and school based assessment
  • Two of progress questionnaires from Parent (8/31/08, 11/02/08)
  • Interview with Parent (10/09/2008)
  • BEP Brain Function Test Report

This evaluation report is focused on the improvement of the ability in brain functions, but no focuses on academic areas.

Start Date :August 31, 2008
Before Treatment/Baseline : August, 2008

  • BEP#080015 is sensitive to noise/sound
  • Overall his comprehension and mental age is 4 to 5 years lower then his peers.
  • Has trouble to answer with a complete sentence.
  • Lake of comprehension skills in various areas.
  • Has difficulty with communication with others physically, but good at using cell phone to task message.
  • Has trouble with short term memory.
  • Has tendency to hold his routine schedule.
  • Low self-esteem
  • Has tendency to the obsessive behavior/ intends get what he wants aggressively.

During Treatment : First Progress Report, November 02, 2008

Overall improving areas: BEP#08015 maturity, flexibility, memory and comprehension.

  • BEP#080015 improving self-correction skills. (homework/daily life activities)
  • Increasing his speed in thinking and answering questions.
  • Improving with speaking in a better construction and sensible sentences.
  • Increasing in using his inquiry sentences.
  • Has improving the maturity in his attitude performance.
  • Improving in comprehension with his homework.
  • Lack of doing his homework independently.
  • Not improving his writing skill in the areas of grammar and its length.
  • Improving in listening comprehension.
  • Improving in the concept of cause and effect.
  • A higher lever playing games skills.
  • Increasing reading speed.
  • Improving in finding key word from reading books or magazines.
  • Improving in remembering the instructions and follow through.
  • Improving in independent workability, without giving details instruction.
  • Increasing new words and using in daily life.
  • Has tendency to imagine or create with things he saw, listened or read, and shows in words or behavioral.
  • Has not improved in comprehending simple metaphors.
  • Pay more attention in detail.
  • Improving in reading comprehension.
  • Improving in his social skills.
  • Improving in memory./ school and after school homework.
  • Improving in math calculation.
  • Has better performance with a positive re-enforcement.
  • Reducing to hold negative thoughts a long period of time.

Parents' Observation : January 11, 2009

Speech/language/Communication skills:
He talks more often and language skill is better.

Sociability: He is more active.

Behavior: He has a better attitude.
He gains weight during this period of time.