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  1. Preparing for the SAT and ACT

    April is now half over, and that means that high school juniors (and some seniors) have just taken or are preparing to take the SAT or ACT. These two admissions tests are looked at by nearly every college and university in the country, and students often spend weeks preparing for their tests. Their schools may provide prep courses and practice tests, and some students spend their evening studying…Read More

  2. A Student’s Intellectual and Emotional Intelligence

    As a parent, you know the range of emotions that your child can experience in a single day. They may wake up cranky, be happy after breakfast, and be upset after a particularly hard day at school. If you’re a teacher, then you see the emotions of all of your young students every single day. They may be anxious before a test, sad with the grade they get, or angry when a classmate mistreats them.…Read More

  3. 3 Amazing Facts About Your Brain

    The human brain is the world’s oldest supercomputer, and there are more and more things being discovered about it all the time. Scientists have studied the brain for centuries, and their research and breakthroughs have led to a greater understanding of the thing that keeps us moving and living every single day. The brain controls everything in your body, and in this blog, we’re going to cover…Read More

  4. Helping Adults in Your Community

    As a LearningRx franchisee, you’ll have the opportunity to meet lots of people and answer their questions about brain training. While the majority of the students who come to your learning center may be in elementary, middle, or high school, you may also have adults who are interested in starting a program. If your community has a large population of retirees, some of them may be interested in …Read More

  5. Helping Students with Dyslexia

    Dyslexia is very common in the United States, with people of all ages living with it every day. When a young student has dyslexia, it can be frustrating for them to participate in class, especially when called upon to read aloud. A child may not talk as much and can have trouble learning new words or experience difficulty with spelling. At LearningRx, we’ve worked with people with dyslexia, and…Read More

  6. Provide a Perfect After-School Program

    Families today are busier than ever, and parents are always looking for after-school programs that their children can attend while mom or dad finishes work for the day. When school lets out at 3:00pm and work doesn’t end until 5:00 or 6:00pm, kids need somewhere to go. They may have sports or activities at school, but for those who don’t, they need a positive and constructive atmosphere where…Read More

  7. Keep Your Mind Sharp During Vacation

    The year is only a couple of months old, but your mind might already be turning to where you’re going to go for vacation (or spring break). Time away from school or work can be very beneficial, as you refresh your mind and body and enjoy those activities you love to do. You might head to the beach or the mountains, but wherever you go, there are ways you can keep your brain sharp even while you…Read More

  8. Keep Your Brain Active During the Day

    In our last blog, we talked about how to wake your brain up in the morning and get it ready for the day. Hopefully you’ve tried some of those tips and found them helpful, but even once your brain is awake and ready to go, it can encounter obstacles throughout the day. Those mid-morning doldrums in class or when you’re at your desk can put a damper on your productivity, and getting going again…Read More

  9. Wake Up Your Brain in the Morning!

    We’ve all had this experience at least once in our lives – you wake up in the morning and your brain feels a bit “foggy.” You may have woken from a deep sleep and you can’t seem to open your eyes until you’ve had that first cup of coffee, but if you still can’t seem to shake the fog, there are some things you can do to wake up your brain. At LearningRx, our mission is to make our br…Read More

February 8, 2017 at 3:00 p.m. Mountain Time – LearningRx Franchise Webinar (click HERE to register)

March 6-16, 2017 – LearningRx Training (open to clinical licensees and franchisees only)

March 15, 2017 at 9:00 a.m. Mountain Time – LearningRx Franchise Webinar (click HERE to register)

April 12, 2017 – LearningRx Franchise Webinar (click HERE to register)

April 24-27, 2017 – BrainRx Training (open to international licensees only)

May 3, 2017 at 9:00 a.m. Mountain Time – LearningRx Franchise Webinar (click HERE to register)

May 22-23, 2017 – LearningRx Discovery Day (open to qualified candidates only)