Help for TBI
Traumatic Brain Injuries
Help for TBI
The brain consists of a complex network of connections and processes. When a traumatic brain injury damages this network, cognitive skills—including thinking, memory, reasoning, and focus—can be dramatically impaired.
Children, teens, and adults with TBIs can experience difficulty concentrating, remembering and speaking. The way the brain processes visual information can also be compromised, as well as the brain’s effectiveness at logic & reasoning.
Help for TBI – Why brain training works
When cognitive performance is compromised, life is harder. School, careers, and even relationships can be disrupted.
LearningRx one-on-one brain training targets and strengthens weaknesses in cognitive skills that are commonly associated with TBI. Because our programs improve how the brain thinks, learns, reads, remembers, reasons, and pays attention, the impact on daily life for someone with a TBI can be significant.
LearningRx identifies, targets, and strengthens foundational brain skills including:
- Long- and Short-Term Memory
- Visual Processing
- Auditory Processing
- Processing Speed
- Logic & Reasoning
- and even IQ
Learn more about brain training for you or someone you love:
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