Joe P.

A father’s story about how Brainjogging has impacted his family

What We Hear From Parents

  • I have tried numerous programs to help with my child’s learning differences, but they are not working. They do not address my child’s unique needs.
  • Our family life is very hectic. Most programs take too long to complete and fail to keep our child’s attention
  • We want the best for our child, but it is extremely expensive and time consuming to visit multiple tutors and learning disability specialists each week.
  • My child is smart, but can’t focus long enough to complete tasks. I often have to tell my child multiple times to complete a simple task like putting away a book bag.
  • My child is failing in school. Even with remedial help my child struggles to remember what is being taught in the classroom.
  • My child is very talkative and articulate, but finds reading and reading comprehension extremely difficult.
  • My child’s learning disability is more than just academic. My child is also acting out behaviorally and struggles to make friends socially.

Brainjogging Can Ease the Pain

    • What if you could find a program for your child that was quick, easy, and fun, and didn’t take up much of your time?
    • What if you didn’t have to drive across town and could help them from the comfort of your own home?
    • What if you could find a program that was customized to your child’s individual learning challenges and allowed for the entering of custom content from their current classroom?
    • What if your child could break out of his or her repetitive negative behaviors and actively develop sustained relationships with peers?

Brainjogging is designed for children with learning challenges to help promote academic and social skills. This is accomplished through training and conditioning cognitive skills. Click the green boxes below to learn more.

Parent’s Role in Brainjogging

Each child’s level of independence with the program is different depending on his or her individual challenges. However, we find that after just a few sessions of the parent teaching their child how to use the program, many children are able to start and complete a session on one’s own. Two important parts the parent plays in Brainjogging are:

  • Encouraging your child to do their Brainjogging sessions twice a day, every day.
  • Helping your child to enter in word lists reinforces the content they are learning at school.