• What Is One-on-One Brain Training?

    Struggles with reading, memory, attention, and learning are typically caused by weak cognitive skills—a condition common in kids and adults that’s often overlooked. Our unique programs target and strengthen those weak skills.

  • Research and Science

    Dr. Ken Gibson developed and perfected a unique cognitive training program that has helped over 100,000 kids and adults. This report provides an overview of client results, as well as major research on our programs.

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  • Find the Right Program

    Our programs are different from any other intervention on the market today. (The personal training aspect, for example, is critical to the dramatic results we get!) Is one of our programs right for you or someone you love?

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Since the 1980s, LearningRx founder Dr. Ken Gibson and his colleagues have helped more than 100,000 clients with a unique cognitive training methodology designed to strengthen the core skills the brain uses to think and learn. Dr. Gibson has devoted his entire career to helping children and adults struggling with learning, reading, remembering, paying attention, and more. He began with a visual information processing intervention (improving how the brain creates mental images for better memory and comprehension), but today the program does so much more. Read More

Real families Real stories

Our experience was excellent. We’ve seen a spark in our son we haven’t seen before.

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How Does Brain Training Work?

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Cognitive Skills Assessment

The Cognitive Skills Assessment is foundational to everything we do. We use this assessment to identify your unique cognitive skill strengths and weaknesses. It’s how we customize our program to ensure the best results possible.



For many families, the consultation provides that “Aha!” kind of moment when everything suddenly makes sense. You’ll see exactly how your unique cognitive skill strengths and weaknesses are behind many of the successes—and struggles—you’ve been experiencing.


One-on-One Brain Training

We identified cognitive weaknesses during the assessment; now we target those weak skills with intense mental exercise. You’ll work face to face with a brain trainer about an hour a day for 12 to 32 weeks, depending on the program that’s right for you. Your trainer will make the experience fun while coaching you through the most effective workout possible.