LearningRx One-on-One Brain Training Launches Site Featuring Comparisons of Programs that Help Learning Struggles
November 27, 2017 – LearningRx (www.LearningRx.com), the world’s largest personal brain training company, has launched a new information portal comparing various types of programs that help people with learning struggles.
TutoringvsBrainTraining.com provides site visitors the ability to compare LearningRx one-on-one brain training to each of the following: tutoring, brain games, sensory motor integration programs, Brain Balance, Sylvan, Huntington Learning Centers and Memory Loss Test and MindSparke.
The website answers questions on each program, covering topics such as the assessment process, area of specialty, typical clients (i.e., age, need, learning struggle), cost, time commitment, student-to-trainer ratio, length of program and average results (e.g., average IQ increase, reading gain, etc.).
“We want to be very transparent about our programs,” explains LearningRx Chief Research Officer Tanya Mitchell. “We often have parents and adult clients asking us how we compare to other programs in terms of cost, results and parental involvement. We gathered information from multiple sites, including each company’s own website, parent forums, blogs and review sites, to provide an honest, one-stop shop for comparing features and benefits of top programs side by side.”
Mitchell says it’s understandable that LearningRx won’t always be the best option for an individual’s needs, budget and schedule.
“A teen in need of SAT- or ACT test-prep practice, for example, will want to find a program that specializes in test preparation tactics,” she explains. “Or a student who needs to get caught up after a long absence from school due to an illness or family move, will probably just need short-term tutoring to get caught up on the academic side of things. That’s why there are several other programs on this website. A side-by-side comparison lets people make their own decision based on information instead of assumptions.”
To get started on a comparison of programs that help people with learning struggles, visit www.tutoringvsbraintraning.com.