How it works

Four steps to better learning:

1. Assessment

Each student’s unique cognitive strengths and weaknesses are identified with the Gibson Test of Brain Skills.

2. Consultation

You’ll learn which cognitive strengths and weaknesses are behind many of the struggles and successes you or your child have been experiencing.

3. Training

One-on-one sessions with a BrainRx brain trainer. This one-on-one training is supplemented with in-center digital brain training. Most people report improvements (including higher grades, less time doing homework, less overall frustration, greater confidence, improvements in memory or attention) even before finishing the program.

4. Final testing

We test the cognitive skills once again after training, so we can measure improvements in brain performance.

Who we can help

We offer brain training for adults and children of all ages. Our program is ideally suited to:
● Struggling students of all ages
● Children or adults diagnosed with ADHD
● Children or adults diagnosed with a learning disability
● Children or adults struggling with memory, attention or reading problems
● Adults wanting to get ahead in their careers
● High school or university level students looking for an edge
● Individuals who suffer from stroke-related or brain injuries (*dependent on severity and
   type of stroke or brain injury)
● Recovered chemotherapy patients
● Businesses that want to develop the skills of their employees
● Athletes wanting faster reaction time, processing speed, and memory
● Individuals with learning difficulties, reading problems, or slow performance
● People who want improved memory skills
● Senior citizens seeking to stay mentally sharp
● Gifted students wanting to get ahead
● Students in transition (moving from high school to university)

Skills Assessment


We use The Gibson Test of Cognitive Skills to identify each student’s unique cognitive skill strengths and weaknesses. This is the first step to strengthening skills and finding a lasting solution to any cognitive-related barriers.

The Gibson Test:

  • Is non-invasive
  • Is widely used by professionals including psychologists, educators, neurologists,
    audiologists, speech and language professionals, and cognitive training specialists
    around the world
  • Can be done in English or Afrikaans
  • Measures a wide range of cognitive skills
  • Takes less than an hour to complete
  • Includes a detailed feedback consultation

The following skills are assessed

  • Working memory
  • Logic and reasoning
  • Attention
  • Processing speed
  • Visual processing
  • Auditory processing
  • Long-Term Memory
‘80% of all learning struggles are the result of weak cognitive skills’