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Young children struggling to pay attention and falling behind.

Samantha
May
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Young children struggling to pay attention and falling behind.

Being sad. Exhausted girl touching her f

Parents,

hungry for solutions.

Young children struggling to pay attention and falling behind.

 Young Woman Contemplating

Teens with executive function challenges.

WHO WE HELP

Who we help:

People with different learning profiles including:

Learning Disabilities

Reading Struggles & Dyslexia

Attention Struggles & ADHD

Autism Spectrum

Executive Function Difficulties

Mild Cognitive Impairment, including seniors

Memory Decline

Traumatic Brain Injury

Weak Processing Skills

 

At Stretch Your Brain, we believe in helping each person reach their potential by training the whole person. Through strategic and explicit one-on-one coaching we collaborate with each person to build on their strengths while stretching their brains and integrating their bodies for optimal learning. Our goal is to help each person become successful and independent learners. We focus on underlying skills that impede quality of life. We teach our clients how to stretch their brains.

 

How we Stretch Your Brain:

At Stretch Your Brain we offer children and adults with learning disabilities and other learning or memory challenges intensive, individualized and strategic interventions designed to improve performance in learning. Trainer and client work through challenging yet pleasant mental activities that target weaknesses. Trainers help clients dismantle learning barriers and achieve more.

 

Training vs Tutoring

Tutoring delivers and redelivers content. Brain training focuses on strengthening the underlying skills that make thinking, reading, learning, comprehending, and remembering easier.

"An investment in knowledge pays the best interest."

Benjamin Franklin

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