Proven program promises to strengthen brains at any age
A new LearningRx brain training center opening on February 18th in Milwaukee brings a resource proven to reduce or eliminate learning problems, increase IQ and strengthen brain skills for people of all ages and abilities.
Using game-like exercises and 1:1 trainer-to-student ratios, the program’s cognitive skills training can help anyone – from 5 to 85 – increase the speed, power and function of their brain.
• For school-age students, that means attacking the root cause (weak brain skills) of ADD, ADHD, dyslexia, dyscalculia (trouble with math), Asperger’s, and others on the autism spectrum. Stronger brain skills mean better performance in school.
• For children and adults with brain injury, including seniors who have had strokes, cognitive skills training could provide a return to baseline.
• For soldiers returning from war with traumatic brain injuries, cognitive skills training can be an effective means of returning to self-sufficiency and “normalcy.”
• Seniors fighting dementia or Alzheimer’s can not only improve short-term, long-term and working memory (among other learning skills), but they can also actually delay the onset of age-related cognitive decline.
“LearningRx does for the mind what a physical fitness center does for the body, says Kevin Pasqua, owner and executive director of LearningRx in Milwaukee. “We make the brain stronger and faster by strengthening the underlying brain skills that are responsible for how well we learn and function. Our methodology is proven to bring improvement faster and more effectively than any other educational process. It eliminates the root cause of learning struggles and makes people smarter, permanently.”
The new LearningRx brain training center in Brookfield is one of 80+ independently owned franchised locations across the country. For more information, contact Kevin Pasqua at (262)-395-2250 or visit www.learningrx.com/brookfield.
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