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The Woman Who Changed Her Brain: Barbara Arrowsmith-Young at TEDxToronto

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Barbara Arrowsmith-Young is the Creator and Director of Arrowsmith School and Arrowsmith Program, and the author of the international best-selling book The Woman Who Changed Her Brain (www.barbaraarrowsmithyoung.com/book). She holds a B.A.Sc. in Child Studies from the University of Guelph, and a Master's degree in School Psychology from the University of Toronto (Ontario Institute for Studies in Education). Arrowsmith-Young is recognized as the creator of one of the first practical applications of the principles of neuroplasticity to the treatment of learning disorders. Her program is implemented in 54 schools internationally. In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Peter Music (2 дня назад)
wow, you have tremendous amounts of emotion and love. amazing speech , very touching
Rose Stevenson (2 дня назад)
This is so interesting. As a retired teacher and later lecturer in education l have had to try and change my brain to be able to help my young grandson who is on the autistic spectrum, to shape his brain and also, learn to speak. I am still learning but he is now helping me though he does not speak yet, by wanting to communicate what his needs are to me.
Rabab Shalaby (4 дня назад)
So inspiring👍💓
SleeplessinOC (10 дней назад)
So you can’t even benefit from her talk and less you attend her school which is in the thousands.
Steve C (11 дней назад)
My own issues (in first grade) pale in comparison, yet I believed sentenced me to a limited and lonely life. After 50 years of following that incorrect default program, I started to question it. In finding new and True answers, I am regaining the confidence that was long ago lost. My current belief system is reshaping my innermost thoughts toward social connection and success. It has taken me a decade to reach the point where rapid improvement is mine. I believe that my adaptable brain is increasingly on board with realigning itself to my new belief system. Constant fear and worry are giving way to excited exploration of new possibilities. At 11:12 it breaks my heart too...to have lost so very much of my life's potential...and to feel such anger that current understanding is not universally applied. I have no such anger for my childhood 'directors', for they did what they thought best without malice. To ignore better ways is malicious, contemptible, and must be addressed. Thanks for this very inspiring talk.
sam john (15 дней назад)
I have some problem when I studied something it can remember for long and after sometimes it can be remember
Mahfuz Ramadan (19 дней назад)
Jesus will set you free belive in him
Lisa Nicholls (27 дней назад)
Thank you, wonderful plan and inspiration ☺️
khaled mahmoud (30 дней назад)
Easily the most useless ted talk I've ever seen. She talks about a process,exercises, a procedure all very vague and not helpful.Most of the other ted talks I watch summarize the main ideas and provides example or real life procedures on what they did.If you want to read the book for those ted talks sure why not always aim for self improvement.This on the other hand leaves me with no idea on how to do what she did.Inspiring story sure useful not really
Nursing Learning Channel (1 месяц назад)
Why does she keep using the word "learnt"?
Xactech Ordserv (1 месяц назад)
Wow! "Ellie's world" - selection of healing tapes. So this is the best one.
George Skomorowski (1 месяц назад)
way to gooo
Thuý Nguyễn (1 месяц назад)
She so great
Roman Nagel (1 месяц назад)
Awesome !
Lani Jauregui-Hansen (1 месяц назад)
Amazing woman
Thumb Print (1 месяц назад)
A great talk, thank you. Many so-called 'special needs ' children today suffer from the stigma and humiliation of being unable to undertake basic tasks through a lack of cognitive stretch. Many average children however also find maths and clocks challenging. I would like to have been given even one example of the exercises she devised - did she have help in devising them? In other words, did she understand the process by which she could repair her brain or did she simply rote learn how to read a clock? Did she know that conquering one challenge would have exponential benefits in other cognitive challenges? There is a lot more to be known and understood about her recovery process.
Lorna Tough (1 месяц назад)
We shared the same childhood dysfunctions, we both had fathers that changed our way of thinking - our only difference she knew her diagnosis, I only learnt of mine 2 years ago and I am now 60. This woman has so inspired me - my father taught me all those games she herself used, I still do them to this day and I am sure that is why I made it thus far. This talk brought me the validation of me. I cannot thank you enough xx
Windows Sucks (1 месяц назад)
She is too nice not to share any of those exercises even in her book she was just advertising for her school.
gessie (1 месяц назад)
An important talk, though long-winded and including unnecessary information, so here's the TL;DR: Woman is born with the inability to conceptually understand relations (cause/effect for example), was told to find workaround solutions with marginal benefits. Instead she researched neuroplasticity and came up with her own exercises to remedy the problem, which worked extremely well and within three months. The advice she had been given was wrong. Conclusion is that learning disabilities should be remedied through neuroplasticity training, and that we should stop telling children with learning disabilities that they'll be that way for life, because they don't have to be.
Sonic Events (1 месяц назад)
Interesting. Hopeful.
Reincarnation (1 месяц назад)
an almost incredible story, simply amazing. she is so beautiful and luminous.
oceanpoet1 (1 месяц назад)
I wish she would have explained at least one of her exercises
kleia19 (1 месяц назад)
Inspiring but not one example of a cognitive exercise that she or others have devised. Why ?
Erin Laemmle (1 месяц назад)
Psycho brain. Only 2 types, healthy brain, psycho brain. America = too many psycho brains. Psycho brains trying to understand other psycho brains. Never figure it out, just give up.
Carolina Sotillo (1 месяц назад)
Incredible experience!! Wow!
Maryj (1 месяц назад)
Water fasting will also improve memory. Also checkout Carolyn Leaf.
Jessica Lynn (1 месяц назад)
Ok this is amazing but what did she actually do? All she talked about was enriching her environment... talked about adding hands to a clock and then 4 months later she’s reading philosophy books. What did she actually do??!! What “exercises” did she do? “I created exercises for this, for that...” what were the exercises? I’m a teacher this would help me teach my students tremendously
Ted Mechnick (1 месяц назад)
Being a person who has had a brain injury the tools I used to get better were increasing the amount of difficult things I did to challenge my mind. I think that builds back brain function. Never giving up on the hope I would be better. I short getting tough on my brain to let it know I will not succumb to a mediocre life when I know I am so much more. The greatest part of the human condition is the ability to change if desired.
Clarence Boodram (2 месяца назад)
Thank you for sharing your life story very inspiring
suheil pinto (2 месяца назад)
All she had to do is take acid
King Krush97 (2 месяца назад)
3GG
King Krush97 (2 месяца назад)
EGGGGG
Keith Mc (2 месяца назад)
This is just an ad for her services. Even her book is just stories with few practical tips.
LoveAndPeaceOccurs (2 месяца назад)
Thank You .... I fully agree no child should have to live with something they do not have to live with. Love & Peace to All
William Jayaraj (2 месяца назад)
Great achievement by Barbara. Her life changed by the self invented solution namely , " Teaching the brain to work. " Congratulations!.
maree goulden (2 месяца назад)
Barbara has written a book that will explain how she changed her brain - beautifully written - You will be inspired.
Yogesh Nimbekar (3 месяца назад)
Thank you so much!!!
Mayur Gupta (3 месяца назад)
So inspirational . Nice ma'am.
Mandy Vigna (3 месяца назад)
My brain is full scelorosis. More and more every year, yet I walk and talk and hold an intellectually challenging job. I know I have been making new connections didn't realize the name. Now I just need to find those spatial- geographical exercises....
Mohammad Ifrahim Butt (3 месяца назад)
inspiring
Joshi Dhruv (3 месяца назад)
This is great help miss Arrowsmith ... Would like to talk to you
waheeda karim (3 месяца назад)
Marvelous! So proud of her . May this talk help billion brains A’meen
Gita sn (5 месяцев назад)
many many thanks fo such a inspiring amazing shring to help and motivate people who are hopeless and suffering
Paula Kr. (5 месяцев назад)
Well I guess I can someday understand Hegel
Dr. Safou Sal (5 месяцев назад)
I love you woman !! At the 50' there was the will but no solution , now there is the solution but not the will
santosh Rani (6 месяцев назад)
Plz translate in hindi. I,m hungry of this type vidio
Seed2Stem (6 месяцев назад)
Great Ted Talk
Diana Arellano (6 месяцев назад)
Had to watch this video as part of a school assignment and I love it. Very inspiring!
Conor Norris (8 месяцев назад)
cooler than anyone in the history of time, that must of been such hard work
que honda (9 месяцев назад)
Does anyone know if this will help with ocd ??? And what exercises I could do
Ed Gepixel (9 месяцев назад)
I don't understand how did she precisely changed her brain. What exercises? That would be useful to know. Otherwise it's just generalities.
waheeda karim (10 месяцев назад)
Very inspirational talk . We need more talks like these to get rid of stress n pills !
Lynn Proctor (11 месяцев назад)
Excellent! Brain exercises should definitely be a major part of every class taught, to strengthen all areas we are learning at that time. This is so exciting. I wonder how long it will take our education system to catch on. For slower learners, or those with learning challenges, this might just be the answer.
Humerah Yousef (11 месяцев назад)
Thank you for sharing and inspiring others. Through videos like these, I can attempt putting the puzzle together. Perhaps, someone can shed some light on the heart, which actually guides and balances the brain. I have witnessed people who are genius, but have destroyed their own lives due to allowing darkness in their hearts​. And, these people themselves are at the top in the medical field. So, my personal gathering is that the desire reminessing in the heart signals the brain to nueroplasticity ​undetectably. Therefore, the origin of the venture takes place in the heart. Even people who don't have a mental block can enhance the brain, by focusing on the heart.
Will Tabacchi (11 месяцев назад)
Such great news - Barbara spread the word at the grass roots level -tell us what are the exercises? You have our attention -now tell us the exercises
EmmieTuesday (11 месяцев назад)
she doesnt say “how” because she owns a school, only in canada, to teach her process. If she shared “how” she would not be so reknown or be able to achieve what she must earn. same old song and dance...proprietary info, and a tease.
Katie Kat (1 год назад)
She seems like a nice person BUT her story is so inconsistent that what she is saying couldn’t have happened like she says. Either she is a liar but she doesn’t seem like it. Although there are those weird people out there that make up stuff for attention. Or she’s exaggerating. Or she’s confused and things didn’t happen like she said. You can’t say that you can’t comprehend concepts and then say you followed you dad’s advice which couldn’t be any more concept full than it is. You can’t say you don’t understand 2 hands on the clock but when you made a plan suddenly you self taught yourself how to know a clock after all the years of being taught and not getting it. And as a topper to that you self taught yourself 4 or 5 hands on a clock and could comprehend that? She was in school and people were trying to teach her so there was stimulation. Why at 25 yrs old and self teaching yourself is better than when your a child with more brain connections? She can’t comprehend spatial stuff or math and yet she got as far as taking Geometry? That’s taught after Algebra 1 & 2. Even if it isn’t how she get that far and yet couldn’t comprehend anything? She’s exaggerating. There’s no way that you think you have a literal block in your head and the next thing you know you make your own lessons to be able to divide time on a clock by 4 or 5 hands. She may seem nice but she is obviously a nut.
Teresa Horner chase (1 год назад)
Good talk but u need to come back on and explain more about neuroplastity
Yair Even Or (1 год назад)
I Don't understand how from forcing herself to understand how clock works she could suddenly read philosophy... It's not even on the same complexity scale.
Areeba1 Shamim (1 год назад)
I am facing lots lots of problem memorry in and solving maths problem i ts hard for me to understand the pain of barbara. Right know i am in highschool and facing lots of problem in my studies due tomy brain. Please someone tell some mental exercise so that i can improve my mental health.
PazzaTV (1 год назад)
Please consider cause and effect, it's often mercury poisoning that causes long term brain dysfunction. Try the Andy Cutler Protocol to heal.
Deepti Sing (1 год назад)
Mam I'm so glad to meet n hear u how could I help a 10yrs v Girl facing the problem as urs
Ana Larson (1 год назад)
She is the reason I always strive to let everyone I worked with know they can and they matter, they just needed to embrace the inability to find their greatest ability, Barbara here is a prime example of that. Why limit learning and moving forward because of one part of us that is different or complicated. Kudos and blessings to all who don't give up and may we all move forward.
Mutilator24 (1 год назад)
She speaks so eloquently now, and yet she had no idea how grammar works when she was a child. This is truly a wonder!
Redblade (1 год назад)
The speaker is so wrong, the brain is not who we are, the brain is an organ and which is part of the body. We exist as conscious beings outside of the body... Furthermore, having letters after her name means nothing; she has not proved anything to us by just talking and writing a book on what she claims to have done with her pseudo science (she comes across as a fraud).
Raluca Ganga (2 месяца назад)
Redblade She is a recognized as an extraordinary example in neuroscience. Neuroscientist Norman Doidge writes about her.
W Callihan (1 год назад)
Thanks for being so brave. You are truly an inspiration
tuto y (1 год назад)
A well spoken woman. And narrated her store better than many of us.
paisleyyama (1 год назад)
I don’t believe her. How can someone who can’t understand basic concepts like an aunt or telling time, and the written word is mumble jumble to her, how can she not only get through a geometry class, but also graduate from college? If she accomplished these things AFTER fixing her brain, I would say that was magnificent, but to say she did that when her brain was in complete disarray makes me doubt her story. I believe she is just exaggerating to get clients to “teach” them “ her exercises “. It is a scam for profit.
anz10 (1 месяц назад)
You learn facts and sometimes that is enough to pass. Abstract ideas are for advanced teachings.
niceviewer (2 месяца назад)
paisleyyama — it is confusing. She is studying psychology reading neuroscience books but can’t understand relationships? Maybe she left out a part of the story for brevity. I would like to know how she made accommodations during her studies.
ALEX MG (1 год назад)
How did she study psychology if her brain couldn't understands languages? It makes no sense.
Abubaker Siddiq (1 год назад)
It's really amazing ted talk for my experience watching ted talks. It's really help me a lot. Thank you so much.
Елена Хамнаева (1 год назад)
Amazing TED!!!! I am so impressed!!!!
Net World (1 год назад)
thank you mam for sharing your precious experience with us.
Curtis Weber (1 год назад)
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PhiloEE (1 год назад)
wish she could recieve the highest likes on youtube.
Noshaba Nasir (1 год назад)
i wonder what kind of people would hit dislike on this video
José Adélson de Sena (1 год назад)
Thrilling! I'm ecstatic. Hugs from Brazil.
tiredoffindingnick (1 год назад)
So much story telling involved in this speech. She could've told it all in 6 minutes.
David Jasse (1 год назад)
This is real and it works. I just interviewed a number of parents and students. If you or someone you know has learning disabilities, you must look into this.
Cassim Cassius Caytaab (1 год назад)
i just cannot believe how all this came about as a result of evolution.
Theja Nanayakkara (1 год назад)
👏🏾you are an inspiration
Chris Brown (1 год назад)
So what are the ways we can change our brains for the better?
Migotka Mi (1 год назад)
I love this person ..have read her book 😀
McRider Brown (1 год назад)
wondeful speech thank you so much! very well articulated !! thank you tdX!
Unknown Entity (1 год назад)
7:21 oh yeah i know where this is going she tries to shoot herself doesn't she
Rita Vogel Post (1 год назад)
Cognitive exercises should be a mandatory part of the curriculum particularly for individuals with a "learning disability."
Raul Rico (1 год назад)
Great experience !
Janie Holland (1 год назад)
Thank you for sharing this! I just wish you had shared more about the specific exercises that helped you overcome your obstacle/gift! I have a student who could be you and I have thought and thought about ways to help her learn without success. I know there is an answer - especially now! Thank you again!
Veganboobie Boobie (1 год назад)
do you think people with conplex ptsd can also change their brain with neuroplasticity?
Muneeba Ali (1 год назад)
Amazing and powerful. Loved it. Can u suggest some exercises for ADHD ??
Patrick (1 год назад)
so she was able to all of a sudden start reading and understanding all these books after she studied some clock exercise she invented? ok
andrew corroll (1 год назад)
Absolutely amazing and inspiring. !!
Pam Martin (1 год назад)
I am one of those people who was told as a child that I would be happier ones I excepted the limits of my brain and lack of ability to learn
Florence Lockyer (1 год назад)
totally terrific! thank you!!
Prince Anon (1 год назад)
Thanks for the talk. This is very encouraging.
Brenda Bee (1 год назад)
Such a brave lady! Lots of LOVE for her!! ❤
Nick Barbov (1 год назад)
Thank you Barbara for very inspiring speech!
Steph Campbell (1 год назад)
Shout out to occupational therapy - working with people like Barbara to help them reach their full potential in ways like this! :)
Hannah French (1 год назад)
I think my brain is the most awesome, fascinating, amazing organ in my body. Of course, it's my brain that's making me think that.
Andrew G (1 год назад)
Ha ha
Andrew G (1 год назад)
How to change your mind if you have c-ptsd though or sonething like that?
Brenda Bee (1 год назад)
Andrew G And also... look for EMDR therapy! Also very effective!
Brenda Bee (1 год назад)
Andrew G Goodluck Andrew and stay strong!!!
Andrew G (1 год назад)
+Brenda Bee ok i will look it up
Brenda Bee (1 год назад)
Andrew G Key word is heart coherence. Do some research for yourself. Educate yourself on the subject. Really helps with depression/anxiety/stress etc. Its a proven method. Only not advised by regular doctors ofcourse ;).
Fred Z (1 год назад)
Fantastic story! Inspiring!

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