What Is the Brain Works Experience?
We help students of all ages improve their ability to learn regardless of their current level of learning or their reading success! Most of us take for granted the amazing processes that happen in our brains. Every bit of information, every question, and each fragment of sensory input is processed at lightning speed so that we can learn, answer, decide, or just enjoy the moment.
What’s It Like to Go Through a Brain Works Program?
The Brain Works Program is fun and exciting with serious goals to obtain. The average student will take about 6 months to complete the training needed to make a lifelong change. In this 6-month brain training process, we seek a 2 to 3-year scholastic and learning ability improvement. In most situations, the training exercises need to be conducted a total of 5 times per week for about one hour. We can usually involve a parent or loved one to participate in exercises at home.
In our most common program, we conduct one weekly office session with a student and parent. In these sessions, the parent becomes trained while working with a Brain Works instructor. This allows the parent to follow through with 4 additional home sessions. Other program options would include up to 4 office sessions per week, making for fewer home sessions. We currently offer programs from 1 to 4 offices sessions per week with the remaining sessions conducted at home to reach 5 weekly sessions.
Why Should We Hire a Brain Trainer?
Brain training is the key to getting back on top in the classroom. Our brain training staff can help parents facilitate home exercises making the brain training programs easier to fit into a busy schedule. Our average student has one weekly office session per week involving a parent, with follow-through required at home.
Brain Works Is a Brain Processing Development Company
Brain Works is a brain processing development company founded in 2007. Our goal is to help people learn in the most efficient way possible and help people learn better by improving their cognitive functioning.