After starting with LearningRx he has improved tremendously. Columbus-Dublin, OH Review

We had a professional suggest LearningRx to us for our son that we have been home schooling for quite a few years since he was having so many problems in public school without the help that he was needing, he has had anxiety along with fine motor skills problems. After starting with LearningRx he has improved tremendously. We can’t say enough about the loving care and work that they have put in for our child and for everyone else that walks through their doors. He has made leaps and bounds since day one and for the first time this year that we have been able to read his writing. He has always needed to have a scribe for any of this work that needed to be put down on paper. He has used the Twist and Write writing device when trying to write down on paper by himself and we still were barely able to read what was on the paper and that was because we knew what was to be written. He can hardly wait to go each week to LearningRx (Class) and when we are listening to him and his teacher in the other room we hear them laughing and having such a good time. All the teachers and staff absolutely care about your child’s well-being and growth in learning and education. Mr....
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Thanks for raising our expectations. LearningRx Shoreview, MN Review

Here are some highlights of the progress our daughter made during her enrollment at Learning Rx: Is it common for parents of children with cognitive skills difficulties to be uncertain of their own ability to help their child and uncertain of their child’s ability to change? I don’t know; but this described us, so we asked a lot of questions before enrolling our daughter in Learning Rx. Lindsey, the director of the Learning Rx in Vadnais Heights (now located in Shoreview), patiently answered them. Cory, another staff member, did the assessment, and we could see on paper what we were experiencing at home and why. Steadily, Learning Rx principles have shown us not only that our daughter can think better and become more independent (in multiple areas of her life), but also that we could teach and guide her more effectively . –Around the first week of training, our 6th-grade daughter returned her penmanship to normal size (in frustration, she had reverted to pre-school size). –During the next few months, she told me she was distracted during free reading and exactly what caused it. (This display of initiative was brand new!) The distraction was socially-related: thinking of her friends whenever she encountered their beginning initials in the book she was reading. This signal, along with her trainer Steve’s bringing to her (and our) attention other hindrances and helping her overcome them, alerted us to the social-emotional difficulties Hannah has, and their relationship to her academic-cognitive difficulties. Armed with this knowledge, we completed social cognition curricula at home, and she retained and applied the concepts well. Her trainers held her accountable for positive learning behaviors, and Libby, then-Director of First Impressions, always had a listening ear for her good news. –After four months or so, she began learning and playing more complex games at home. She more consistently performed math operations, including fractions and decimals, correctly. We are not as hesitant to introduce a new game, math concept, or task at home, fearing the result or reaction; we are more confident and so is she. The time spent with her trainers in math, logic & reasoning, and strategy paid off. –As far as flexible thinking and more mature answers during school subjects (we are homeschoolers): improvements were evident. Thanks, Steve & Noah (trainers), for raising our expectations. We were so used to giving up or giving in. –Her trainers patiently led her through reading comprehension activities, which continued during math and logic time. I learned these strategies during my observation times and was inspired to make sure she was reading whole books, in order, and understanding them. In addition to her free reading, Bible and youth group reading, and regular curriculum, during her time at Learning Rx, she tackled 5 grade-level fiction and non-fiction books. My husband and I are doing better at challenging her comprehension, and she is taking more responsibility for it by asking questions. –We are thankful we started our journey into solving the mysteries of our daughter’s learning problems at Learning Rx. We got to the root of many issues and became more alert teachers and parents, as well as Hannah becoming a more confident student and life-long learner. The staff at Learning Rx is very special to us. “To everything there is a season, a time for every purpose under heaven” (Ecclesiastes 3:1). The season of cognitive skills training was a gift from God and we are very thankful. Kay...
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He finally started reading!! LearningRx Chattanooga, TN Review

Our life has changed so much because of Learning Rx. We went through several programs to help our son learn how to read without much success. Our son still couldn’t read at 11 years old and we were referred to Learning Rx, Chattanooga by a friend who also got great results. It had been a very challenging time for him and also for me as a home school mom. The first thing that we noticed is that he loved going. We then noticed his confidence changing and also simple tasks no longer were frustrating. About mid-way through we could really see things changing and he finally started reading!! Now that he is done with the program he can’t put books down. He has a huge appreciation for books and learning that he never had before. I can’t say enough good things about Michelle Davis and her staff at Learning Rx Chattanooga. We only wish that we had found them sooner when we first recognized his learning challenges. I think that anyone could benefit from their services. Naomi...
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Glad we decided to start brain training! LearningRx Review

We are loving Learning RX. Our son is gaining confidence each day and isn’t fighting me during our homeschooling when it’s time to sit down and work. Hayu is so great at pushing him to improve and get out of his comfort zone all while encouraging him along the way. Glad we made the decision to start brain training! J.M.K.
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