Who We Can Help
Who We Can Help
Who can Brain Training Help? Students of all ages! BrainRx brain training has the power to improve the quality of life and learning for almost any student regardless of their current level of learning or reading success.
Most of us take for granted the amazing processes that happen in our brains. Every bit of information, every question, and each fragment of sensory input is processed at lightning speed so that we can learn, answer, decide, or just enjoy the moment. Brain training simply makes all this processing faster and easier.
For the struggling student, these automatic processes often let them down. The ease of understanding new information that should have been normal becomes difficult and awkward. Learning that should have been easy is a frustrating effort. Reading that should have been effortless is a slow, embarrassing trial.
Brain training can change all that.
Faster, easier learning for everyone
BrainRx brain training helps students of all ages learn faster and easier. By focusing directly on the cause of the learning struggle—which is underlying cognitive skills weakness—it helps struggling students overcome life-long symptoms of learning disabilities. Students who experience ADHD, autism, or dyslexia symptoms benefit from brain training.
The value of brain training doesn’t stop at struggling students. It can also help senior adults stall the effects of aging on the brain. It can empower college and career adults to excel in school and in the workplace in ways that were impossible before brain training. Brain training can radically reduce rehabilitation time and increase recovered brain function for those suffering with accident, sport, or war related TBI (traumatic brain injury).
Brain training can help you or your child learn, read, and think faster and easier.
Brain training can help:
- Attention Issues and ADHD
- Autism and Other Syndromes
- Career Adults
- College Age Students
- Those who want to gain a competitive edge
- Preschool and First Graders
- Reading Problems and Dyslexia
- Senior Adults
- Struggling Students
- TBI Recovery