What ages do you accept for MINDWORKS training?
How is MINDWORKS better than tutoring?
How was the program developed?
What does the program do?
How do I know MINDWORKS is right for my child?
What ages do you accept for MINDWORKS training?

MINDWORKS will help students ages 7 and up to succeed in the classroom.

How is MINDWORKS better than tutoring?

Cognitive skills are needed first.

Tutoring is a valuable tool for learning and excelling. For students whose learning skills are weak, tutoring is not as helpful. A strong foundation of cognitive skills needs to be in place before tutoring can be successful. Tutoring is most helpful for those who already comprehend well but need explanation in more difficult subjects. Once a student has been through the MINDWORKS program, a tutor will be more effective!

How was the program developed?

MINDWORKS was created by a small group of special education teachers who did not want to give up on finding a solution for children labeled with learning disabilities, attention problems, and dyslexia. It was developed after consultation with neuroscience and cognitive skills specialists, followed by the testing and refining of trial exercises and activities. The program is administered in a private office setting, where over the course of ten years it has helped more than 500 students change the way they learn.

What does the program do?

THE MINDWORKS PROGRAM HELPS STUDENTS DEVELOP FIVE ESSENTIAL COGNITIVE SKILL AREAS:

  • Attention
  • Memory
  • Visual Processing
  • Auditory Processing
  • Logic & Reasoning

FOCUSING ON THESE SKILL AREAS IMPROVES THE FOLLOWING:

  • Test-taking ability
  • Reading comprehension
  • Math aptitude
  • Developing and organizing ideas
  • Accurate copying
  • Attention to detail
  • Problem solving
  • Abstract thinking
  • Analyzing and applying information
  • Processing speed
  • Composition
  • Multitasking
  • Following instructions
How do I know MINDWORKS is right for my child?

Schedule a free consultation and introductory session by contacting Marci.

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