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We are an Orange County neurosciences company specializing in drum circle facilitation and drumming for the brain, sound sensory processing, drumming for team-building, for seniors & senior living, drug & alcohol addiction, and outreach and diversity. See our newest page on Drumming for Football. We'll publish a page for basketball next.
We also provide consulting in cognitive accessibility and CNS shunt monitoring for the medical disorder, hydrocephalus, based in part on our earlier patented DiaCeph Test. We work with a number of leading brain apps and are interested in developing our Diaceph Test as a mobile mHealth app. Our founder, Stephen Dolle, shares his provocative story of his experiences and work with drumming, hydrocephalus, the brain, and cognitive accessibility in these keynotes topics. We are also developing a new web site www.CognitiveAccessibility.org. See the About Us page for more information.
The DiaCeph Test is a non-invasive (AI type) software monitoring system for the disorder, hydrocephalus. It is similar in application and methodology to the Impact Test, used in post concussion monitoring in sports. Stephen has used the DiaCeph Test to help manage his own care since 1998, and then provides it in consults for individuals and families affected by hydrocephalus. We hope to soon set up DiaCeph.com as a dedicated site for hydrocephalus.
Our drumming methods are particularly helpful in balance & body movement, sensory integration, communication skills, cognition, productivity, fitness, weight loss, personal development, and with cancer & chronic illness. We are also doing some work in trance heightened states, and integrate some of these methods into our drumming.
In 2011, Stephen spoke at Wright State University on drumming for the brain in STEM3 education methods. His power point "Engage the Rhythms of your Brain" is available on www.Slideshare.net (and in the viewer below). His presentation covers drumming applications for STEM3 (teaching curriculum), special education, sensory processing disorders, behavioral health, and cites benefits in drumming for a wide range of disorders, including, autism, Parkinson's Disease, hydrocephalus, PTSD, post TBI, cancer, diabetes, arthritis, obesity, and aging.
Contact us for a drum circle, a consult or keynote, or for drumming at your event.
We can be reached by telephone at (949) 642-4592 during extended business hours in California (Pacific Standard Time), and thru contact[at]DolleCommunications[dot]com. Please also "Like" one of our social networks. Enjoy the slide show below on Drumming for the Brain in Education (STEM3).