LearningRx Of Northwest San Antonio Presents “The Potential Benefits Of 1-On-1 Brain Training For Autism Acceptance Month”

April is Autism Acceptance Month (previously referred to as “Autism Awareness Month”), and LearningRx, the world’s largest 1-on-1 brain training company, explains the potential benefits of its program for those with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Lynne and Whitney Meyer: Together, they own and operate LearningRx San Antonio Northwest

  • Lynne Meyer is a retired reading specialist and administrator for more than 25 years, and her biggest frustration was seeing students who struggled, no matter how much extra support they were given. She took it upon herself to learn about how the brain processed information and discovered that if a student has weak cognitive skills, all the re-teaching she did would only make a small difference.
  • While her daughter, Whitney Meyer, was starting her M.A. in Educational Psychology, she discovered LearningRx cognitive training. She became a certified cognitive skills trainer for LearningRx in 2009 and has since helped hundreds of students and their families overcome learning struggles associated with ADHD, dyslexia, learning disabilities, and even traumatic brain injury.

LearningRx – San Antonio Northwest
6222 De Zavala Rd #203, San Antonio, TX 78249
(210) 699-6463

LearningRx is a brain training center in San Antonio Northwest that helps adults and children with learning, reading, comprehension, and memory struggles—including those on the autism spectrum. Throughout our 35+ years of ongoing program development, testing, and refinement, we have enhanced the lives of over 100,000 clients with our one-on-one cognitive skills training. If you or a loved one struggles in work or school, our programs can be customized to fit your particular needs and give you the push needed to overcome learning barriers.

San Antonio’s Northwest LearningRx programs are designed to eliminate the cause of an individual’s learning challenge(s) instead of accommodating or compensating for the symptoms. Unlike tutoring or computer-based programs that focus on academic content, LearningRx provides targeted cognitive training that improves the brain’s ability to process information. Their training attacks the root problem of learning difficulties by targeting the underlying cognitive skills required to pay attention, remember, and perform.

OVER THREE DECADES OF EXPERIENCE
It’s important to note that their programs are backed by scientific testing and development. For over 35 years, they have been researching the industry, which has allowed them to modify and improve their programs. They have changed the lives of over 100,000 clients ages 5 to 94 and have a 9.6 out of 10 client referral rating. A limited number of brain enhancement programs subscribe to this measure of credibility and standards.

Here Is What One Of Top Industry’s Leading Experts Is Saying About The Results That LearningRx Is Having With Their Autistic Clients

According to Dr. Amy Moore, when a client comes to LearningRx with an autism spectrum diagnosis, the team uses a Brain Skills Assessment to identify which brain skills are weak. Once those skills are identified, they can be targeted with intensive personal brain training. Unlike digital brain games, one-on-one brain training uses customized exercises and incorporates immediate feedback, intensity, and loading, among other features, to work on cognitive skills.

“Cognitive skills, also known as ‘brain skills,’ are the fundamental tools we need to learn, read, remember, and pay attention,” explains Dr. Moore, a cognitive psychologist with LearningRx. “They include attention, auditory processing, logic & reasoning, processing speed, visual processing, and working and long-term memory. Although in some cases, a single weak cognitive skill can cause learning struggles, for people on the autism spectrum, it’s common to see a cluster of weak cognitive skills.”

“Among 1,049 clients who came to LearningRx with a diagnosis on the autism spectrum, the average gain in cognitive skills was 3.2 years,” explains Dr. Moore. “The largest gain was 4.5 years in auditory processing. The mean age of the children, who were between 4 and 17, was 10.7. We also saw improvements in sustained attention, working memory, processing speed, logic & reasoning, visual processing, and long-term memory. In addition to clinical data, LearningRx has gathered anecdotal evidence from parents of children with ASD who explains how personal brain training created improvements in their family members’ lives.”

To learn more about LearningRx – San Antonio North West or to schedule your Cognitive Skills Assessment, visit http://www.learningrxsa.com/.

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LearningRx - San Antonio Northwest
6222 De Zavala Rd #203, San Antonio, TX 78249
(210) 699-6463

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