Our customized brain-training program improves students’ cognitive skills so they can learn any subject they desire. Our training faces each student’s cognitive weaknesses head on to build lasting improvements in these skills. By strengthening targeted cognitive skills, students are able to make remarkable gains in their ability to read, learn, recall information and stay focused. Getting fast results is extremely encouraging for students and parents.
Here are some of the benefits reported by parents:
- Stronger cognitive skills- students learn things faster and easier than ever before
- Measurably better memory skills and concentration
- Better mental performance in school, sports and life
- Greater confidence
- Increased likelihood of going to university
Students with ADHD and attention problems
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a common yet significant challenge that many students who seek help at Brainy Nation brain training are facing. Attention Deficit Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (both referred to here as ADHD) can but don’t have to interfere with development, learning, and success both at home and at school. Families often feel helpless and that drug treatment is the only option.
Brainy Nation brain training is a drug-free alternative to ADHD medications.
The results of Brainy Nation brain training have proven to be incredibly effective, life changing, and life lasting for our clients.
Did you know?
- 4 out of 10 clients who come to us on ADHD medication report being able to stop or reduce medication before the end of their training.
- One-on-one brain training, done with a Brainy Nation brain trainer, is proven to address the core struggles of ADHD by strengthening three types of attention: sustained, selective and divided.
- ADHD clients report dramatic improvements in function in school, at work and in life.
Students with reading difficulties and dyslexia
Good reading skills are fundamental to learning. We provide a professional cognitive skills evaluation to pinpoint the exact cause of reading and learning problems.
The impact of having an auditory processing weakness:
Having strong cognitive skills are essential in order to be a good reader and successful learner. Good auditory processing abilities are also critical for reading success. Studies from the department of education (USA) have suggested that poor auditory processing skills contribute to over 80% of the nation’s reading problems! If your student struggles to read, it is very likely that he or she is being held down by an auditory processing weakness. However, auditory processing deficits can be effectively overcome.
How auditory processing deficits are identified and treated?
Brainy Nation testing is so successful as it can quickly identify specific auditory processing deficits. Once identified, we design a one-on-one brain training to rebuild the reading foundation that student’s need to improve the student’s ability to decipher and decode words. As a result, we get absolutely unmatched improvements for clients of all ages who come to us for reading intervention. In fact, of all the learning problems clients present at our center, this type is the easiest to treat.
Autism and other syndromes
Autism is not a disability it’s a different ability” – Stuart Duncan
Our brain-training program focuses on building the auditory and visual abilities of individuals on the autism spectrum while improving their ability to focus and pay attention.
Research in children affected by PDD, Autism, or Asperger’s Syndrome frequently display shortcomings in short-term memory, processing speed, and logic and reasoning skills.
Our brain training program works on building more brain networks that result in better association skills. The more associative pathways result in the ability to demonstrate new communication skills. These include better eye contact, more facial expression, attention to details, ability to handle frustration and not shut down, and understanding of more abstract ideas and references.
If you are a parent with a child on the spectrum, give us a call today!