Category: LearningRx Information

May 7 is National Barrier Awareness Day

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Both visible and invisible barrier can limit the success of otherwise very capable children, teens and adults. From attention struggles and dyslexia, to dysgraphia (trouble with numbers) and memory issues, invisible barriers like weak cognitive skills can sometimes cause extreme frustration because the problem is often unknown. Kids and teens are blamed for being “lazy” or “dumb” when in fact they’re just as smart as their peers—or smarter! Adults are labeled as “unmotivated,” when the reality is that they’re struggling with a learning disability.

Worried that weak cognitive skills are making life harder than it has to be for you or someone you love? Take our free Learning Skills Discovery Survey to find out how to overcome your barriers: https://lsds.learningrx.com/

 

On the spectrum? How personal brain training can help

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April is National Autism Awareness Month

 

On the Spectrum?

Find out how we’ve helped kids, teens and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

 

At LearningRx, we don’t diagnose autism. But plenty of students who have come to LearningRx had a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) when they started a personal brain training program with us. So why is LearningRx great for kids and adults on the spectrum? Because our personal brain training sessions are fun, challenging, structured, rewarding and encouraging! Plus, each workout session is customized to the strengths, weaknesses and goals of each individual student.

Want to learn more about our experience with kids, teens and adults on the autism spectrum? Check us out!:

https://www.learningrx.com/who-weve-helped/the-autism-spectrum/

Who We Are: Get to Know the Heart Behind the Brain at LearningRx.org

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LearningRx.orgIntroducing a brand new LearningRx website… LearningRx.org!

Parents with children who struggle to learn are careful to choose wisely which programs they invest in. They want a program that is created by and run by people who care for them and their children, from the heart.  The purpose of LearningRx.org is to give parents the confidence that we are indeed that kind of company.

Another reason for the creation of LearningRx.org is that we receive many questions about the background and identity of our company, and before now we have not had a convenient place on the web that provides the answers to these questions. So, the LearningRx.org pages focus on answering questions about LearningRx, Inc. with information that might not be readily available on our other web presences.

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Welcome to LearningRx!

Welcome to our new LearningRx Brain Training Blog! Here you’ll find information about everything related to brain training: what it is, how it works, and how LearningRx helps propel struggling students to the top of the class. At LearningRx, we have a passion to help kids (and their families) get past painful and frustrating struggles to read and learn. Every child has dreams, and we want to see those dreams realized.

Learning disability labels don’t have to stick forever. Now, there’s LearningRx.

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What is LearningRx Brain Training?

Learning Rx is the most effective solution to learning and reading problems caused by cognitive skill weaknesses. And since over 80% of learning problems are caused by cognitive skill weakness, we are confident that our brain training programs will help the majority of struggling students.  LearningRx is much more than a tutoring program.

We’ve helped thousands of students reach their full learning potential with brain training. Our programs make learning easier. A few months at LearningRx can dramatically decrease the amount of time a child will have to spend on homework, and can dramatically increase a student’s ability to remember and focus.

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