As a LearningRx franchisee, you’ll meet students of all ages, backgrounds, and ability levels. You’ll encounter those who simply want to sharpen their cognitive skills before entering high school or college, as well as those who are severely struggling in the classroom on a daily basis. When a new student comes to your brain training center, they will complete a questionnaire that will determine what courses will be best for them, and whether or not our programs will be beneficial to them. Here are a few things a student can see on that questionnaire, as well as questions you can ask their parents.
Does He or She Often Need Things Repeated?
If a student needs to have instructions repeated again and again, their weakest cognitive skill could be their short-term memory. They may have trouble remembering the steps or the order they are to be completed, and that can lead to serious frustrations in the classroom.
Does He or She Take a Long Time to Complete Tasks?
A student may not have trouble remembering the steps to a task, but it takes him or her a long time to complete the assignment. This can be an indication of poor auditory processing, meaning they heard the teacher’s instructions, but executing them is another matter.
Is He or She Easily Distracted?
A student who is easily distracted may not suffer from an attention disorder, but simply can’t focus on one task for a long period of time. Their attention cognitive skill could be the weakest, and our programs can focus on and help strengthen that skill.
If you’d like to know more about our programs, or how you can become a brain training franchisee, please contact us right away!