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Brain Training Gets Results!

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Last summer, I trained Lara in the PACE program for processing and cognitive skills. Before PACE, Lara's processing skills were below age level in Selective Attention, Logic/Reasoning and Auditory Processing. After PACE, those same deficient skills had changed dramatically: Selective Attention, 1.5 years above age level; Logic/Reasoning, 4.6 years above age level; and Auditory Processing, 8.5 years above level. How's that for effective cognitive skills training!

Lara's mother has sent these two reports:

Sept. 24, 2010
Yesterday the school sent home Progress Reports and I am very happy to tell you that Lara made all A's. She has had excellent behavior marks since the first day of school, and she says that she loves school. I don't know what to say except that I am truly grateful to you for all of the time and effort you put into helping us. Lara's confidence and attitude are great. I am keeping a close watch on her work to make sure I give her extra help where she may need it (but so far she hasn't needed any). She seems to be comprehending things more quickly now.

Thank you for being so kind and making the Pace program as fun as possible. Lara never complained about going to see you and always had a smile on her face after her sessions with you.

February 23, 2011
Lara is doing excellent. She has been making A's in everything except math, a very strong B+. Her behavior marks have been excellent as well. We both couldn't be happier!

As you read, PACE is a proven program for improving processing skills. Reading skills improve too, though they aren't trained directly with PACE. I have used it to train many students, with great success, for ten years. If you know anyone, of any age, who needs to have their brain skills enhanced, PACE is available in Austin, right here at A+ Learning Solutions.

Ann Conolly

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