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Who Can We Help?

Since 2011, we have transformed the lives of over a 1,000 students of all ages and abilities.  We are ready to help you or someone you love.  Our personalized brain training programs target the underlying reasons for your child’s struggles and transform their life in as little as 3 months.


Take the first step TODAY and understand the root causes of your child's struggles with our cognitive skills assessment.

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Homework & Academic Struggles
  1. Is homework a daily nightmare?

  2. Is Maths your child’s weak spot?

  3. Does your child avoid reading and writing?

  4. Does your child forget everything they learned after a short time?

  5. Does your child find it hard to concentrate on school work?

  6. Does schoolwork take hours to complete?

  7. Does your child forget instructions?

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Reading Struggles/ Dyslexia

Symptoms may include:

  1. Struggles pronouncing new words

  2. Hates reading and does everything to avoid it

  3. Weak at letter sound discrimination (pin, pen)

  4. Poor at distinguishing similarities/differences in words (no, on)

  5. Difficulty transferring what is heard to what is seen and vice versa

  6. Often guessing wrongly when faced with new words

  7. Poor reading comprehension

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Attention Issues/ ADHD/ ADD

Symptoms may include:

  1. Needing things repeated

  2. Poor listening skills

  3. Easily distracted & mind-wandering

  4. Missing important information

  5. Unable to keep things tidy

  6. Impulsive & easily frustrated

  7. Often has trouble getting started

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Symptoms may include:

  1. Difficulty working with numbers and basic maths

  2. Reversing or transposing numbers (89 becomes 98)

  3. Trouble telling time and direction

  4. Problems grasping and remembering maths facts & concepts

  5. Poor long-term memory

  6. Struggles with keeping score during games

  7. Average or above average intelligence

Asperger's/ Autism Spectrum Disorder

Symptoms may include:

  1. Repetitive behaviours

  2. Need for routines and sameness

  3. Poor social skills & inability to make same-age friends

  4. Problems making eye contact

  5. Inability to read nonverbal cues

  6. Intense interest in one area

  7. Sensitivity to light, sound, taste, smell, and touch

  8. Normal IQ, often with great ability in one area

  9. Difficulty determining personal space

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OT Karla Knuth with patient Josh Griffin

At The Brain & Learning we have worked with many adults from 18 to 76 years old, addressing a range of different issues or goals:

  1. Preparing university students for GMAT/ GRE

  2. Honing the cognitive skills of an astronaut in training for the Mars Mission

  3. Seniors wanting to boost their memory and speed

  4. Adults recovering from stroke and traumatic brain injury

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