Brain Training Services & Help
LEARN HOW WE'VE HELPED OVER 100,000 CHILDREN AND ADULTS LEARN EASIER, THINK FASTER, AND PERFORM BETTER!
At LearningRx®, our brain trainers have provided one-on-one brain training that has helped countless children and adults improve their cognitive skills and enhance their lives. What sets us apart from other brain training programs is how we target the specific needs of each of our clients. Whether it’s ADHD, memory decline, dyslexia, reading comprehension, or just general cognitive development, we customize our cognitive skills training to help maximize your results.
Brain training strengthens the core skills the brain uses to think, learn, read, remember, reason, pay attention, and solve problems—mental processes we use every day, in every area of life. Clients of all ages come to us seeking the kinds of benefits that come with faster, better cognitive performance.
We Focus on Your Specific Needs
While we don’t diagnose or treat medical conditions, our programs have helped the cognitive performance of clients with a variety of diagnoses and struggles, including:
Attention struggles make it harder to keep up in class or on the job, complete tasks or assignments, follow instructions, feel confident, juggle the demands of life, and even drive safely. The good news is that attention is a skill that can be trained and strengthened.
Studies show that weak cognitive skills are at the root of approximately 85% of all reading struggles. This is why interventions—like one-on-one brain training—that strengthen auditory processing and other cognitive skills get such tremendous results.
The brain uses a core set of skills to think and learn. These skills include attention, memory, auditory processing, visual processing, logic and reasoning, and overall processing speed—and if even one of these skills is weak, it can hinder thinking, learning, reading, remembering, paying attention, and more.
LearningRx programs are particularly great for kids and adults on the spectrum. Why? LearningRx brain training sessions are structured and rewarding. Plus, the one-on-one nature of the coaching relationship allows each mental workout to be customized to the unique needs, abilities, and goals of every client.
Many victims of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) experience changes in cognitive performance, leaving victims and their families struggling with what to do next. Our cognitive skills training programs have helped victims with these kinds of injuries.
Let’s face it, when cognitive skills—like attention, memory, and processing speed—are weak, life is harder than it needs to be. When kids struggle in school and life, it’s imperative to find out if weak cognitive skills are at the root of the problem. Because if they are, those weak skills can be strengthened.
Did you know that the brain is never too old to change? While one-on-one brain training is a popular intervention for children and teens who are struggling with learning or schoolwork, a growing number of adults are discovering the benefits of brain training, too.
Additional Areas We Can Assist With
Our brain training classes are designed to aid adults and children with a wide variety of issues. Even if you don’t fall into one of the above categories, we can still help you train your brain and improve your cognitive skills.
Other areas/programs we work with include:
We Call It Brain Training. Our Clients and Their Families Call It Life-Changing.
Find out if cognitive skills training can make life easier for you or a loved one. The first step is to call a LearningRx center near you and schedule an initial Brain Skills Assessment. This Assessment takes about an hour to complete and is very reasonably priced. Even better, it will give you a world of information about cognitive strengths and weaknesses, as well as insight into the next best step.
35 years of research, four iterations of programs, and studies on the results of more than 100,000 clients have gone into the making of LearningRx programs. Contact us today at (719) 264-8808 to schedule your Brain Skills Assessment.