Stephan Nazarian, LearningRx trainer, conducts braining training with (Ret.) Army Captain Patrick Horan of McLean.
For Veteran’s Day, LearningRx of D.C. Metro Area is offering 11 percent off of their brain training programs for military families Nov. 11 through Nov. 30, located at six local centers -- Chantilly, Fairfax, Leesburg, Reston, Vienna, and Potomac, Md. For each military child they train, LearningRx will also donate $111 to SemperMax, a program to enhance the morale and welfare of wounded veterans and their families. LearningRx programs have been helping traumatic-brain-injured military veterans recover their speech and memory skills, and LearningRx is now extending brain training to military families that are looking to make learning easier or for those who struggle with learning disabilities, ADHD or autism. For more information, go to www.learningrx.com.
LearningRx provides cognitive skills training to all ages; whether it be preschoolers or school-age children struggling in school, students and adults looking for a competitive edge, the older adult dealing with dementia or memory loss, or the athlete or military veteran who is coping with a traumatic brain injury. LearningRx creates a brain training program that is customized by an expert trainer, with one-on-one guidance and feedback throughout the program.
“LearningRx is not about tutoring, it’s about helping our clients change the way they receive, process, store and retrieve information,” said Maureen Loftus, executive director of LearningRx of Reston and Vienna,. “We all prefer to learn information differently, whether it be visual or auditory or tactile, and LearningRx’s programs evaluate, measure and then re-train the brain to process details more effectively,” said Loftus.
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