The International Brain Research Foundation (IBRF) spent yesterday morning at our home. They ran a full battery of neurological tests on Ryan. The results take weeks to analyze and compile, so we’ll just need to wait it out. Anyhow, while the technician is running the qEEG for over two hours, we consult with the doctor and adjust Ryan’s treatment plan. It is time well spent.
We, as a preëmptive measure, requested a Skype conference call with the IBRF team during the week of December 18th to review the qEEG results and treatment plan. In the meantime, we’ll be busy pulling together all the changes. Rather than explain them all, I’ll just embed the Action Item List we attached to an e-mail sent to IBRF last night.
I realize this list is quite terse and will need more explanation (at a later time). Still, my intent is to give you a feel for what’s in the works.
Here’s a quick video clip (less than a minute) showing a snippet of one of the qEEG tests.
While on the topic of video, I’ll be testing a live streaming video feed around 10:30 am this morning. In it, Ryan will get a basic full-range of stretching (I’ll not use any objects, like a baseball, since my attention will be divided). I’ll also have a lovely assistant, Rita, helping me out.
You can watch it on the Live! page, if you like. This is like television before Tivo and the VCR, it is not recorded for later viewing (but I’m working on that). This video test will take place in the upper-most video window on the page. I’m simply using my laptop’s camera to broadcast today. The next test, probably later this week, will use my smartphone’s camera! I’ll be totally mobile!
Again, the advertisements you might see before and during the feed are not my doing (the trade-off of this free service) and the number of viewers is limited (again, not my doing). Actually, I think I know a way around the advertisements, but I’m not going to test this today. Really, I’m just interest to see if my site will crash and the broadcast’s quality. Let me know!