We are a team of science and technology professionals with profound personal experience in realising the benefits of neurofeedback for ADHD and Autism.
Cortex Technologies is a Social Enterprise building novel bionic sensors and BCI headsets that allow people to effortlessly harness the potential of neurofeedback in reducing symptoms of neurocognitive conditions including Autism, ADHD, Alzheimer’s, dementia, depression, and epilepsy.
Cortex are developing neuro sensors and brain computer interface headsets to provide at-home neurofeedback therapy sessions for people with autism, ADHD, brain injury and mental illness.
Casey Pfluger is both founder and end-user of Cortex technology. He and his daughter both have autism and ADHD. With Casey's experience spanning over 20 years in medical research and application, the Cortex team is determined to deliver a product that is both financially accessible and highly beneficial.
Amy-Rose Goodey is a strong advocate for accessible technologies for the benefit of humanity. Her career spans many industries including disability services, education and technology.
More than 4 million Australians have a disability. The autism prevalence rate is up by an estimated 40% to 1 in 70 people and around 1 in every 20 children in Australia has symptoms of ADHD. There is no cure for autism, nor is there any medical treatment.
With the current application of neurofeedback for Autism and ADHD being an expensive undertaking, Cortex aims to deliver an in-home BCI headset, that is both affordable, convenient and effective.
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia