It’s important to comparison shop before making any investment, and LearningRx brain training is very much an investment in a better life for yourself or someone you love. That said, right now you may be asking yourself whether or not LearningRx brain training is the best value for your money. It makes sense that the decision to purchase any product or service typically has more to do with value than cost. After all, most of us would agree that it’s better to spend $100 on something of great benefit, than “save” money by spending half that amount on something of little or questionable value.
While the hourly rate for one-on-one brain training is often more than the hourly rate for tutoring, the value of brain training is that it trains the cognitive skills the brain uses to think and learn, regardless of classroom subject or grade level. Tutoring, on the other hand, is typically grade- and even course-specific, meaning that families who hire tutors can find themselves doing so over the course of many years and classes. LearningRx brain training, for many families, is a one-time expenditure with lasting benefits* that costs less money (and requires less time) than ongoing tutoring.
If you have further questions about whether brain training is a good value for you or someone you love, contact a LearningRx Brain Training Center near you. Ask to schedule a comprehensive Cognitive Skills Assessment. The assessment takes about an hour, and typically runs from $199 to $299, depending on location. A center director will go over the results with you, and answer any questions you have about your unique cognitive strengths or weaknesses, as well as things you can do to work on cognitive weaknesses that may be making life harder than it needs to be.
*This is based on the average before and after test results of hundreds of clients, without a control group. You or your child may achieve more, less, or no improvement.
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