on Oct 17th, 2013
What I have been through the past 24 weeks isn’t just an event, it’s an experience. Something that seems like maybe no big deal, but to me, from the bottom of my heart, has changed my life forever. Experience. Where should I start? Well, I only have 4 more sessions left, or maybe 1, or none. Whichever is the case, I’m a champion. My brain charged, my skills new. Who would have thought that all these activities would change the brain in just 24 weeks. However, 24 weeks is a long time, in fact, a lifetime according to me. Whom else would presume that these brain changing activities would be thought of? Transitions. It was sad to see my trainer leave. I was happy for him, I really was. He just wouldn’t be able to see me finish. He brought me into a place I could not have reached on my own strength. Thanks to him, I have become better in school and other places. It feels good to have the strategies I was missing since 2nd grade. Oh! I forgot about some more people: My new trainer who is touching up the excellence in me, my mom, who took the time to both train me and bring me to LearningRx, my dad who supported me though the time I felt like giving up, and my brother who loved me and supported me by being the best brother ever. But most of all I give the glory to God for giving my parents the money, but knowing that I was so smart and that they would do anything to give me the skills I needed. What I learned. I learned so much math and intimidating activities that really got my brain going. I have to say that Memory Induction, a little of Induction Pattern, and Memory Calculations, were sometimes my “non-favorite” activities. They would make me feel like I should give up, but I kept pressing though and that’s all that counts. I used to get down and upset when I didn’t pass a level because it didn’t make me feel good. However, I learned that it’s not that you pass a level, it’s that you improved. That’s the truth. What this can do to help me in school. This program and how it changed my brain can help me thing and solve things faster. Making me not so slow on what I do and not having to stare at things for awhile, though it wasn’t a hard problem. I can relax and do lots of other things because I don’t stress over my homework like I used to. What it makes me feel. Knowing that I have the right tools to help me though school. Males me feel confident and like I have strength. I not exactly sure I have all the right words to express what I’m feeling. For now, I will just reassure the moment forever and let it sink in. I want you to know though that you can do anything you want if you just believe in yourself! It’s right in front of you so go and grab it. God believes in you. Sadness I feel. Sometimes I feel sad when I don’t pass an activity I want to pass. However it’s about improving; getting better. Sometimes I struggle to impress others because I don’t want to let them down. I have learned though that I can relax and I don’t have to stress to impress. “Just try your best.” I need to say to myself. That should do the trick. Throughout this whole experience, I’ve learned to achieve higher. It’s not have you...
on Oct 15th, 2013
LearningRx has helped my son in so many areas. I know his memory has been changed for the better. When he recited the value of Pi for 20 digits past the decimal point, I was amazed! I know he couldn’t have done that without LearningRx. He has also gone to a new level in his self-esteem. This is something that is just priceless. Dave was a wonderful motivator and instructor and has a great sense of humor. He related well to him at a time when not many adults can relate well to a 15 year-old. We look forward to a new school year soon and seeing the results of his efforts.
on Oct 14th, 2013
I have seen a very big improvement in him. He used to struggle with his homework especially reading. He used to do everything to keep from picking up a book. Now he reads every day. His comprehension of what he reads is has greatly improved. I am looking forward to seeing his first report card of the school year. I feel that his being chosen for the program will help him be a better student. He has always been a smart little boy. With the help of the LearningRx he will become a smarter young man with the confidence to do anything he sets his mind to. Once again I would like to thank everyone who has helped my son. My family has enjoyed our experience with our son. Everyone has been very sweet. We will miss...
on Oct 7th, 2013
We are so blessed to have found Learning Rx! Our son has gone from being a non-reader at the end of the first grade to reading grade level chapter books in just a few months. His reading test scores have improved greatly. Jake has gained the ability and the confidence to succeed in school. Homework is no longer a drawn out nightmare. We can never thank the Rx team enough for the care and commitment they have shown our child. It’s a shame that the children in our country are not receiving this training in the school. Thank you! Thank you, Learning Rx.
on Oct 1st, 2013
I think that LearningRx has helped me with many things like multiplication, hand writing, speaking more clearly, and many more things. The things we do are very fun, especially brain cards. I like how they put learning into a game. My trainer is very nice. I also liked when we got brainy bucks and exchanged them for prizes. I think I have improved at school in tests, math facts, and math because of LearningRx. At home I have improved on reading, chores, and staying on task. LearningRx is so amazing and the people are so fun. I love LearningRx.