Attention training for children, adults and schools - Games for Life, help for ADHD and learning difficulties

We change the lives of people with attention difficulties - Games for Life, help for ADHD and learning difficulties

Games for Life Provide pioneering brain training solutions Focus Pocus and Play Attention that may help to improve attention, impulsivity, memory and concentration.


Watch the video to find out more about Focus Pocus.

Focus Pocus is a game with benefits! It is played for fun, on your own, or against a friend. The game was designed to provide an environment to practice skills such as attention, relaxation, impulse-control and memory. Train to develop “powers” by mastering the 12 engaging mini-games. These powers help you battle the evil necromancer, and also may help improve behavior and academic outcomes...


Focus Pocus & Mindwave Bundle

Price £ 299.00

Postage included




Watch the video to find out more about Play Attention.

Play Attention is a game controlled by the mind alone. Play Attention allows the user to view the attentive state in real time. Over time, through deliberate practice, Play Attention students can learn to increase focus and concentration. Deliberate practice entails setting goals to improve skill performance. The interactive exercises also challenge Play Attention students to improve social skills, memory, finishing tasks, visual tracking, and filtering out distractions. Gradually, the student can retain the skills necessary to be successful in the classroom, work, and home...

Play Attention for professionals

Price £ 2,995.00

Postage included

Play Attention for home

Price £ 995.00

Postage included




My son has severe developmental delay, teachers have found it hard to keep him focused, therefore affecting his ability to learn. Since attending Games for Life attention-memory training his attention and academic skills has vastly improved and even been noted by his teachers. We are convinced the training has helped and recommend Games for Life.


As Featured in The Independent

The Independent newspaper

Short attention span? Biofeedback video games aim to get you focused

Thursday, 6 January 2011

A new biofeedback device dubbed BodyWave aims to train your brain to focus. Renowned science and technology magazine Popular Science reported on the system in its online edition on January 4.


Supported by:

Skills Funding Agency TCHC European Social Fund - investing in jobs and skills