Children’s Specialized Hospital’s Center for Discovery, Innovation and Development (CDID) has signed an agreement with ATENTIV, LLC, a specialty service provider remediating executive dysfunction without medication. The collaboration includes co-development of an integrated behavioral and primary care operating system based upon best clinical practices for the delivery of ATENTIVmynd™ by primary care clinicians.
The RWJ Barnabas Health System's Children's Specialized Hospital clinical network agrees to co-develop a collaborative care model and deliver ATENTIVmynd™ Solutions
ATENTIVmynd™ Is A Clinically Validated Therapy Shown To Remediate The Underlying Causes Of Executive Dysfunction
New Brunswick, NJ, & Beverly, MA August 20, 2019
Newly published results of a large scale clinical study show ATENTIVmynd™ Games and care services, significantly improved and sustained attention control in children with ADHD.
The cumulative clinical validation of statistically significant efficacy and safety of our non-pharmacologic treatment foreshadows a potential transformation in primary care for a severe chronic global disorder.
This large scale randomized, blinded and controlled study in 172 children with ADHD demonstrated that ATENTIVmynd™ Games can significantly improve and sustain attention control in children with ADHD when given eight hours of training over eight weeks with a minimum of 24 sessions. Attention control was sustained for as long as children were followed, which was up to six months.
Beverly, MA June 4, 2019
Brain Imaging Study Demonstrates Digital Psychiatric Therapy “Re-Wires” the Brain, Resulting in Improved Attention in Children with ADHD
Study in Translational Psychiatry suggests promise of durable non-pharmacologic treatment
ATENTIV, LLC, today announced the publication of a recently completed brain imaging study using the ATENTIVmynd™ Technology platform. The study demonstrated physical evidence that the brain can be ‘rewired’ or ‘re-normalized’ in children with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) who were given digital psychiatric therapy. This rewiring was associated with an improvement in attention symptoms consistent with cumulative evidence from 7 prior clinical trials.
Beverly, MA August 15, 2018
Biotech Showcase 2018/Digital Medicine & Medtech Showcase 2018
Atentiv’s Founder and CEO Presents Behavioral Healthcare Partnering Strategy
San Francisco, CA, January 8-10, 2018
NeuroAdvance 2017 Harvard Medical School
Atentiv’s Founder and CEO Moderates Panel: Digital Advances and Disruptive Innovation
Boston, MA, October 11, 2017
BrainFutures 2017 Conference
Atentiv’s Founder and CEO Presents If You Can’t Measure It, You Can’t Manage It
Washington, DC, September 7, 2017
NeuroAdvance 2016 Harvard Medical School
Atentiv’s Founder and CEO Moderates Panel: Progress in Neurogaming
Boston, MA, October 5, 2016
Emerging Technology Loan Helps Finance Atentiv Holdings Technology to Reverse ADHD
MassDevelopment has provided a $3 million working capital term loan from the Emerging Technology Fund to Atentiv Holdings, Inc. The Waltham-based company is using loan proceeds to help fuel its growth as it introduces the ATENTIVmynd™ Games to the medical, consumer and education market. The Emerging Technology Fund loan will support costs associated with manufacturing, molds and design prototypes of AV™ Headsets, finished inventories and new full-time personnel. Atentiv expects its growth will create about 94 new jobs.
April 4, 2016
Attention Therapeutics publishes results of a randomized controlled study in the Journal of Attention Disorders (JAD) demonstrating improvements in attention and academic performance.
Waltham, Mass. – Attention Therapeutics LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of ATENTIV LLC, announced the publication of the results of a groundbreaking study in the Journal of Attention Disorders demonstrating the promise for a sustained nonpharmacological treatment for ADHD.
February 16, 2016
Introducing ATENTIVmynd™ Games in ADDitude Magazine
Yes! Your child can naturally and rapidly learn to sustain attention and improve academic performance and home behavior.
What if we prescribed video games, and not Ritalin, to treat ADHD?
One of five high school boys is diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Here's how gaming may change that.
In an excerpt from his book; "The Game Believes in You", Greg Toppo explores how digital games can inspire and motivate children - and result in better learning outcomes.
May 11, 2015
ATENTIV at the Learning & the Brain® Conference
Learning & the Brain® (www.learningandthebrain.com) brings neuroscientists and educators together to explore new research on the brain and learning and its implications for education. These conferences and summer institutes bring cutting-edge neuroscience and educational research directly from the researchers themselves to educators, clinicians, counselors, speech-language and special education professionals to improve their practice.
Data from ATENTIV’s school study were presented, showing reversal of the core symptoms of inattention and inhibition, as well as improvements in academic performance as assessed by objective, well-validated measures. Among the conference highlights
February 13-15, 2014
Learning & The Brain - Teaching Self-Aware Minds: Using Brain Training to Boost Social and Emotional Skills.
Ashley McDermott, Ph.D., Poster Presentation at the Fairmont San Francisco Hotel, San Francisco, CA
February 13-15, 2014
ATENTIV - not your father’s brain training.
Thanks to the discovery of Neuroplasticity, perhaps the single greatest advanced in neuroscience in the past 25 years, we live in the era of “brain training”. This includes programs, software, games, interactive online activities, and much more. It’s exciting and confusing, but here Dr. Hallowell explains it!
Your Brain Is Not the Hard-Wired Machine You Think It Is:
For many years, it was believed that the human brain is essentially hardwired—that we are born with a set of cognitive abilities, which are more or less unalterable for the rest of our lives. But the discovery of neuroplasticity—our brain’s ability to selectively transform itself in response to certain experiences—has proven to be one of the biggest paradigm shifts that neuroscience has seen over the last 25 years.
January 10, 2014
Innovation Agents: Can Your Brain Really be Trained?
That’s a question being asked more often than ever. Many are saying yes and developing training to prove it!
December 10, 2013