Traumatic Brain Injury


Many victims of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) experience changes in cognitive performance, leaving victims and their families struggling with what to do next.

While we don’t diagnose or treat TBI, our programs have improved the cognitive performance of clients with many diagnoses, including TBI.

For example, in one case study, a 34-year-old client, suffering effects from an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) blast in Iraq, experienced dramatic cognitive gains after just 18 weeks of training. His largest gains were in short-term memory (his after-training performance improved by 77 percentile points) and working memory (his after-training performance improved by 70 percentile points). His family called the changes nothing short of life changing.

Cognitive skills are the fundamental tools the brain uses to perform mental tasks, including learning, reading, remembering, and paying attention. LearningRx has worked with hundreds of clients with impaired cognitive performance due to a brain injury, and the improvements in abilities are often dramatic.

Improvements for kids and adults with traumatic brain injuries

Over a six-year period, 273 children and adults came to LearningRx diagnosed with TBIs. We measured the cognitive skills of these clients before and after brain training. Here’s what we discovered:

  • Among 273 clients with TBI, the most dramatic improvements were seen in long-term memory, IQ, auditory processing, and broad attention.
  • Long-term memory skills improved an average of 24 percentile points following LearningRx brain training.
  • IQ scores improved by an average of 10 standard points after LearningRx brain training.

Here’s what these improvements look like on a graph:

*These are the results of past clients. You may or may not achieve similar results.
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We call it brain training. Our clients (and their families) call it life changing.

Find out if cognitive training can make life easier for you or someone you love. The first step is to call a LearningRx center near you and schedule an initial brain skills Assessment. The Assessment takes about an hour and is very reasonably priced. Even better, it will give you a world of information about cognitive strengths and weaknesses, as well as insights into the next best step. Call us today and get the answers you need.

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