MFA For Adults Form

The Measure of Foundational Abilities (MFA) self-assessment quiz helps measure brain function. First of all, communication between the brain’s left and right sides. Additionally, the connection between information taken in from the eyes and ears and the systems responsible for movement. Finally, with this assessment, an overview of how well these systems coordinate can be put together.

From this information, it is possible to see which parts of the nervous system are causing trouble. When these systems are not fully connected and integrated, they can cause a wide range of symptoms. Examples include learning challenges such as dyslexia and autism as well as stress-related conditions like chronic pain, sleep difficulties, mild-traumatic brain injury, and depression.

With this information, it is now possible to create a treatment program to repair and reconnect the challenged parts of the brain and body. The result is a more solid neurological foundation and a more successful life.

Measure of Foundational Abilities (MFA) for Adults


BALANCE, GROSS & FINE MOTOR CONTROL:


SENSORY:


SOCIAL / EMOTIONAL:


AUDITORY / LANGUAGE:


ORGANIZATION / ATTENTION / COGNITIVE:


Sleep


1
Out of 45
2
Out of 24
3
Out of 48
4
Out of 42
5
Out of 66
6
Out of 27

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