ADHD

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Does Brain Training work for ADHD? Teenage LearningRx Student Reviews Results


Kip

Teenager was headed down the wrong path; brain training helped with ADHD symptoms caused by repetitive TBI Name: Kip M. LearningRx Center: Colorado Springs, CO Chief Concerns: Attention, behavior problems at home and school, impulsivity, not completing/turning in homework – caused by childhood traumatic brain injury Real-life Improvements: 18-point IQ increase, no longer has symptoms of ADHD, completing homework LearningRx would like to give… read more

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ADHD Student Reviews LearningRx 5 Years after Training – Do the Results Last?


Kilian

5 Years Later: College Student Attributes Success to LearningRx Brain Training Program Name: Kilian B. LearningRx Center: Eagan, Savage, Woodbury, Maple Grove, Chanhassen, Shoreview, St. Louis Park, Minnesota Chief Concerns: Beginning in 6th grade, Killian struggled with attention and couldn’t remember to turn in assignments. Real-life Improvements: 5 years after training, Kilian is preparing to graduate from college with a degree in architecture!… read more

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LearningRx Student with ADHD and Test Anxiety becomes Trainer after IQ Increase


Kendra TCL

26-year-old went through brain training and became trainer after huge improvements Name: Kendra LearningRx Center: Twin Cities, Minnesota Chief Concerns: Attention, remembering to turn in assignments, test anxiety, ADHD Real-life Improvements: less time spent studying, increased IQ LearningRx would like to give a big “shout out” to Kendra from Minnesota. Kendra made it through high school and college with difficulty caused by her test… read more

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Thanks to LearningRx, Jayden No Longer Qualifies for Title 1


LearningRx complaints before brain training

Mom Reviews LearningRx impact on son’s school – only 3 months into the program! Name: Jayden LearningRx Center: Charlottesville Chief Concerns: Struggled with attention, reading, writing; was at risk of being retained in second grade Real-life Improvements: He no longer qualifies for Title 1; his writing has improved greatly and he better communicates his thoughts on paper; now has a… read more