TALI Train


TALI Train is a ground-breaking evidence based training program proven to improve attention and support learning in childhood. Designed by a team of neuroscientists at Monash University, the program is the result of over 30 years of research in developmental psychology and cognitive neuroscience.

Designed as a five-week clinical intervention, TALI Train is accessed via a home-based tablet, making it available to users across a wider range of socio-demographic groups and geographic locations. The program incorporates engaging touchscreen exercises to train children’s core attention skills. Using a special algorithm, each exercise automatically adapts in difficulty to ensure that children are constantly challenged.

Who is TALI Train suitable for?

TALI Train is suitable for any child between the age of 3-8 years who is experiencing attention difficulties. For instance, struggling to maintain focus in the classroom, having problems following instructions, and being forgetful or distractible. TALI Train is particularly beneficial for children who experience attention difficulties as a result of developmental disability, such as autism spectrum disorder.

How to get started?

To get started with TALI Train we will provide the following services:

  • Eligibility assessment to determine if the program and recommended training schedule is right for your child.
  • Start-up session in person consultation to discuss the program and set up your child via the TALI Web Portal
  • Access to the 20-25 minute TALI Train program to complete 5 days a week
  • Daily monitoring of your child’s progress via the TALI Web Portal
  • Weekly support and progress calls
  • Completion session in person training review and recommendation at the end of your child’s training

For more information about TALI Train please visit www.talihealth.com.au or arrange a consultation with our TALI Provider.

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