Student Accidentally Finds a Way to Help Students Study Better; Especially Those with Learning Disabilities
World Wide Web - April 17, 2017 While it can be used by anyone who needs a boost on their college exams or standardized tests, StudyTherapy may also be especially useful for those with ADHD, dyslexia, and other types of learning disabilities.
StudyTherapy is the world’s first multi-sensory study tool. It is a glass-cut pendant filled with high-grade oils that diffuses a unique and unfamiliar scent within a twelve-inch radius. Users only wear the pendant while they study in order to classically condition the scent with what was learned. This way, wearing the pendant during an exam will help boost memory recall.
A 21-year old from the University of Washington has been using this scent technique to boost his GPA for years. After releasing his creation on Kickstarter, he started getting inquiries from parents around the country about how to get the product early. The parents had been looking for a multi-sensory way to study to give to their children with learning disabilities. Michael Jacobson, the creator, has shipped some early prototypes and is now working with disability centers to test his product. Meanwhile, he hopes to reach his funding goal for his Kickstarter.
Michael is available for an exclusive interview at 206-902-6586 or firstname.lastname@example.org.