Plano Brain Training & Skills Center

Plano Brain Training & Skills Center

Welcome to the Plano LearningRx Brain Training Center. We’re so glad you found us! My name is Dr. Naramor, and I am the center director. I bring over 25 years of experience in pediatric services to our center. As a former classroom teacher I am uniquely equipped to understand the impact of learning disorders in the classroom. As a mother of five grown children I have personal experience in issues related to raising children. My appointment as an adjunct professor at SMU allows me to continue my passion for teaching and learning.

Over the course of my career I have been fortunate to assist people in a variety of learning environments but NONE has been as rewarding as working with individuals at our LearningRx brain training center. As a neuropsychologist I am able to identify the underlying causes for poor academic or occupational performance. In the past I lacked real tools for bringing about change. LearningRx provides the tools I need to help people deal with the root cause of their cognitive challenges.

We work with a broad range of ages and needs—from the struggling reader to the individual with attention deficits to seniors and those with traumatic brain injury.

I would like to offer you a complementary 15-minute phone call or face-to-face meeting to discuss your unique situation and to work with you to find solutions for your concerns. Please call our Plano office at (972) 267-8900 or email us at plano.tx@learningrx.net to schedule a meeting today.

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Would you like to see a snapshot of the cognitive abilities of your child? An adult you know? Even your own? Take the Learning Skills Discovery Survey. Based on your observations of learning habits or struggles, this 3-minute survey will give you important insights. It’s easy to complete. If you or someone you love is struggling to read, learn or succeed, click here to find out why.

Can brain training change a kid’s entire life?
You decide.

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