Category: Brain Training
With advances in technology and medicine, our understanding of the brain—and how to study it, improve it, and even fix it—is expanding. From ADHD and TBI to concussions and Alzheimer’s, find out the 8 biggest brain-related breakthroughs we witnessed in 2018.
See what the 8 breakthroughs are: https://media.learningrx.com/the-8-biggest-brain-breakthroughs-of-2018/
Using Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic, and Time-related goals
It’s possible for anyone to work on their cognitive skills—such as memory, auditory and visual processing, logic & reasoning, attention, and processing speed. Read some of our tips, such as how to use mnemonics to remember your grocery list and more that will help strengthen your brain skills in 2019. Learn more here:
Keep Your Child’s Brain Strong When School is Out of Session
You may have heard about the “Summer Slide.” It’s how teachers refer to the significant decrease in material retention that requires them to spend an average of four to six weeks re-teaching materials in the fall. But even a two-week holiday break can put a serious dent in learning. To keep your child’s brain strong when school is out of session, consider these tips: https://media.learningrx.com/learningrx-reviews-7-tips-to-avoid-the-holiday-brain-drain/
It’s not your fault. You’ve taken the advice of well-meaning experts, Googled a few topics, and heard that tutoring helped your neighbor’s daughter after she missed two weeks of school due to appendicitis. And you’re not alone. The myths you’ve believed about learning disabilities have been around for years (with no ill intent!) because we didn’t know better! But now, thanks to advances in science, cognitive remediation programs, and genetic research, we understand more than we ever have about the intricacies of the brain and learning. Here are 10 of the more common myths surrounding learning disabilities and why we now know they’re false.