Listen to short audios with lots of information.
Each audio addresses our onsite screening.
Upcoming Denver pons session: December 9th-March 8th*
* Families need to attend a screening session before enrolling in the pons course.
*Ordinarily, there's a two-week course preparation time just for parents, where parents spend about one hour during each of those two weeks preparing for the official start of the course.
However, since the December holidays fall within this pons session, we've extended this pre-course time to include an additional two weeks. That way, the holidays will not cause any extra stress to review these initial materials.
The first day of onsite classes (for parents and kids) is Sunday, January 8th.
We make it easy to learn about a child’s lower brain development.
On many Sunday evenings, we offer free, informational community screening sessions for families. Here, parents have their individual questions answered and learn more about brain organization, while their kids play with cool brain toys and go on our apparatus.
We then do a “hands on” assessment of the visiting kids’ lower brain development (though they think they’re just playing games). This extra screening is intended to provide additional confirmation of whatever parents learned from the online screening.
Read the Screening FAQ to find out specific information about our community sessions.
We start our Sunday community screening sessions at 5:00pm.
It’s important that families arrive promptly at 5:00pm. The length of sessions vary somewhat, depending on the number of kids to screen and number of questions asked). In general, parents should plan on staying until 7:30 (but can leave earlier, if needed).
Note that we limit parents to bringing just two kids to any screening session. Please make childcare arrangements for all other children. Thank you.
We ask you to do some preparation before you come to a screening.
We start our screenings with the assumption that parents have some knowledge before we begin and that they have already completed our online assessment for their child. This then allows us to dive right into new information (that’s not on our site), further assess each child, and answer individual questions—all within the time frame of a screening session.
While parents are encouraged to review additional parts of our site, they do the following before attending a community screening session.
View the Videos for Kids and Adults (all six) on our homepage.
Listen to the audio at the top of this page.
Listen to all the audios at the top of the Family Program Introduction page.
Listen to all the audios at the top of the Free Screening Introduction page.
Browse through our results galleries to get a sense of what may change once the brain is working as intended.
Complete the online screening for their child. (Parents can also opt to bring a printed PDF version of their completed online screening to the Sunday session.)
Note that all audios and videos can be viewed on mobile devices, making it easy to review these materials at various times, at places even away from home. In total, reviewing these materials should take about an hour.
Families need to make a reservation to attend a community screening session.
We do limit the number of families who can come to each screening session. Our upcoming screening dates and reservation form are on our Denver Screening Reservation page.
Find us at 2510 E. Arapahoe Rd • Centennial • CO