The BrainyAct Summer Transformation: One Summer Can Improve a Lifetime of Learning Struggles

April is Autism Awareness Month and Sheletta is spreading hope for families who fear their child with autism, ADHD and dyslexia is not progressing in their abilities in school, at home and in the world. She interviews Dolly Lowery from Kinuu about BrainyAct, a brain enhancement program that strengthens the underlying brain connections needed for […]

The Autism Dad Podcast: How BrainyAct Improves Quality of Life for Autistic Kids

Kids with autism miss early developmental milestones, such as crawling or speaking. They later struggle to learn skills, such as riding a bike, reading or simply having a conversation, to a high level of proficiency and automaticity. BrainyAct is a brain enhancement program that gets to the root of the problem. It builds stronger brain […]

CBS Minnesota: Video Game Program Showing Results For Kids With Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia

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MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Minnesota mom is taking years of pain, and offering healing to others via a video game. It’s no secret kids get sucked right in to video games. Eight-year-old Samantha and 10-year-old Charlie are no exception. But this is a vortex their moms are beyond grateful for. “She doesn’t even realize she’s learning […]

SWNewsMedia.com: Minnetonka-based BrainyAct offers another way to play

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MINNETONKA — Dolly Lowery has a passion for helping students with autism, dyslexia and ADHD overcome their learning disabilities by playing a video game. She and her company, Minnetonka-based Kinuu, launched BrainyAct in 2018, and in May 2019, the company began offering an in-home version of the therapeutic video game. BrainyAct uses Kinect technology — […]

Pioneer Press Story – A metro mom’s computer game aims to help children with learning disabilities, and a home version is coming soon

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Wyatt Vogland, 9, of Bloomington, stared intently at a computer screen in Minnetonka last week, balancing an imaginary red ball in his right hand. The exercise was part of a brain training program called Kinuu created by Dolly Steichen Lowery, of Excelsior, in 2014. Through the program, she developed BrainyAct, an interactive game that helps strengthen weak […]

Sun News Story – Excelsior mother develops video game BrainyAct to help children overcome learning disabilities

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Dolly Lowery, Excelsior mother and CEO of the Minnetonka company Kinuu, developed BrainyAct after seeing a need for an affordable treatment for children who have an attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, autism spectrum disorder, dyslexia, sensory issues or emotional behavior disorders. “I have a son with severe dyslexia and I spent about 10 years in clinics […]

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