LearningRx Brain Training Center
Anaheim Hills, California
One-on-One Brain Training
100 S. Imperial Highway
Anaheim Hills, CA 92807
Can the Right Mental Exercises Improve Your Child's Memory, Attention, and Reading?
LearningRx Cognitive Training in Anaheim, California Gets Results
Studies have shown that most learning struggles are caused by weak cognitive skills, which are the underlying brain skills that make up IQ and determine how easily we learn and process information.
Unlike tutors (who reteach classroom content that wasn't grasped the first time around), LearningRx brain trainers work one-on-one with students to strengthen weak cognitive skills. Programs run 12 weeks or longer, and consist of fun, challenging mental exercises. The result? Kids and adults are able to think, read, remember, pay attention, and solve problems better than before.
LearningRx is the largest one-on-one brain training company in the world, with programs that exercise and strengthen these cognitive skills: attention, memory, logic & reasoning, auditory processing, visual processing, and processing speed. When these skills are stronger, learning and thinking are simply easier.
- Across the board, our students score higher in IQ - 15 to 20 points higher! - following brain training.
- Students who come to us for reading improvements gain, on average, 2.9 years of reading skills after just 72 hours of brain training.
- To learn more about research and results on 17,998 LearningRx clients, visit: www.learningrx.com/results
We have served more than 95,000 clients at over 80 Brain Training Centers across the nation. To find a LearningRx Center near you, visit: www.learningrx.com/find. While LearningRx does not diagnose or treat medical issues, we have worked with children and adults with autism, attention issues, dyslexia, weak memory skills, auditory processing issues, traumatic brain injuries, and more. The first step is to come in for a comprehensive Cognitive Skills Assessment to identify any weak cognitive skills that are making learning (and life) harder than it needs to be.