Cognitive Enhancement Program
We all have those few things we feel we’re just not good at – whether it’s math, reading or understanding complex problems. But what if you could improve those weaknesses?
Eaton Arrowsmith is now offering a NEW program called the Cognitive Enhancement Program. Think of it as a brain boosting, self-improvement program for children and adults who want to get ahead in life.
How does the Cognitive Enhancement Program work?
The Cognitive Enhancement Program is a part-time program that is focused on the Symbol Relations (‘Clocks’) exercise. This well-known exercise is designed to target and strengthen one’s ability to reason, make connections, understand cause and effect and process information quickly. Strength in this area benefits those who want to boost their performance in school (or an employment situation) to reach that next level.
How the Cognitive Enhancement Program can help you or your child.
Learning isn’t just about academics; it’s a continuum of life skills from tying shoelaces to putting away the dishes to reading an old-fashioned analogue clock in younger children. In older kids, reasoning and processing speed challenges can show up in other ways like homework taking much longer than it should, which is a real source of frustration for parents and kids. In young adults it’s the pressure of University and keeping up with the speed of information. And in adults it’s all about achieving the dream job you’ve always wanted but didn’t feel you could get.
Improved brain function through a cognitive enhancement program can help with both life skills and academic challenges.
This program isn’t just for people with Learning Difficulties – Everyone can benefit!
You may have a strong student on your hands, but do they have to work twice as hard as their friends? The Cognitive Enhancement Program can help set them apart giving them a brain boost to speed up their understanding, which could mean getting into the high school or university they have dreamed of.
Want to speak to someone about the Cognitive Enhancement Program?