Who we can help

As many as 1 out of every 5 people in the U.S. has been diagnosed with a learning disability. Almost 3 million children (ages 6 through 21) have some form of a learning disability and receive special education in school.

Research on neuroplasticity has improved our understanding of the brain. Where it was once thought that the brain was hard-wired, we now recognize it is malleable with strong growth potential. Children with cognitive deficits can improve brain function; develop critical thinking skills, and learn to read and think faster and easier. Source: National Institute for Literacy

Drug-free, brain-based cognitive intervention can help:

  • ADHD and other Focus Issues
  • Dyslexia and other Reading Problems
  • Comprehension and Memory
  • Sensory and Auditory Processing
  • Developmental Delays
  • Logic/Reasoning and Math Struggles
  • Study Skills
  • Preschoolers

Cognitive intervention helps strengthen and empower college students, and also helps senior adults slow the effects of aging on the brain.

Individuals who have suffered a traumatic brain injury can increase the rate of healing through cognitive intervention.