Enter to Win a Forbrain Headset for Attention & Speech

Enter to win a Forbrain system for improved attention, speech, and memory (a $299 value) by telling us about the best gift you have ever received — or given.

Gifts Worth Our Attention

Giant inflatable Santas and fake plastic trees have arrived. Black Friday is still a far-off threat, yet it’s tough not to begin thinking about holiday wish lists and perfect gifts. As the ADDitude editors begin compiling our 2019 lists, we’d like to know: What is the best gift you have ever received — or given — and why was it amazing? Enter your comment below and you’ll be entered to win a Forbrain headset for improved attention and memory.


Forbrain is a specially designed headset built on robust, patented technology aimed at enhancing speech, attention, memory, and more. Several scientific studies have proven its efficacy, and this award-winning device is recommended by thousands of therapists and used by families worldwide for easy at-home practice.

How does it work? The user receives instantaneous high-quality auditory feedback of their own voice via bone-conduction. The device also includes a dynamic filter that creates sound contrasts in the user’s voice to periodically stimulate the brain, keeping it alert. Working on their audio-vocal loop, the user will naturally improve their speech but also their attention and concentration levels. Forbrain is very user-friendly and no extra training is required; the user simply needs to use their voice to practice: reading out loud, speaking, singing, memorizing a poem or a speech, studying etc.

Enter to Win

To win the Forbrain headset (a $299 value), use the Comments section below to tell us: What is the best gift you have ever received — or given — and why was it amazing?


Saturday, November 30, at 11:59 pm EST.


Only Comments posted with a valid email address will be considered valid entries. One entry per household per day. The editors of ADDitude will select one winner at random and notify the winner via email on December 4.
(Official rules)

Updated on November 6, 2019

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  1. The best gift I’ve ever recieved are my 3 beautiful boys. I didn’t even know what I wanted or needed until they came along. My oldest two are very unique and give me a very untold view on life that is beautiful. My youngest is a miracle and we are both blessed to be alive after his journey earthside. There is no greater gift for me.

  2. I received the gift of music at age 10 with a new cello from my parents. Not only was it relaxing to play but it opened up new social outlets for me in school when I joined the band.

  3. When I got my first new car. Before and after they have all been gently used but there is nothing like picking out and making all your choices. It made me feel like I was truly an adult (having gun for sure).

  4. My uncle gave me a Nikon to help me express myself through photography. My camera can help me relax, focus and express myself. I am forever thankful because this gift changed my life.

  5. The best gift I ever gave was a tablet for my nonverbal autistic son. He loved being able to learn how to spell and read playing different apps with him. Now finally at the age of 7 he can now communicate with me using short sentences. The gift of knowing what he is thinking and what he wants is the best gift any mother could ever ask for! I waited a long time to get to know my son and was surprised by his great sense of humor.

  6. This would be the best gift I could give my 6 year old son! He currently has speech classes as part of his IEP. He was diagnosed autistic and has problems focusing at times. This looks like it would help with that obstacle. When your child was nonverbal any progress is a big milestone. My kiddo has come a long ways but there is still a ways to go!

  7. This would be the best gift I’ve ever received as well as gifting to my neighbor. Her son has speech problems and gets frustrated when no one understands him. I think this would help him tremendously!!

  8. My best gift was a miniature chine tea set I received as a child. One because it came from my favorite uncle and two because it was on my Christmas list. The best part was that my uncle Charles even helped me open the box after my dad said NO and played teatime with me. I still relish that memory even today.

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