LearningRx Brain Training Center

Ann Harper, Syndee Howgate, Marisol Walton and Sue Sowell.

Ann Harper, Syndee Howgate, Marisol Walton and Sue Sowell.

A new LearningRx Brain Training Center will offer clinically-proven programs for children and adults who struggle with learning, memory, reading, thinking quickly or paying attention.

“LearningRx does for the mind what a physical trainer does for the body,” says Syndee Howgate, Executive Director of the center. “We make the brain stronger and faster by strengthening the underlying brain skills that are responsible for how we grasp and process information. Our methods get more dramatic improvements in brain performance than any other program on the market today.”

Many of the company’s clients are struggling students, although Howgate explains that brain training is an entirely different process than tutoring. “Tutoring reteaches information, but doesn’t address the reason the information didn’t ‘stick’ in the first place. Our programs address the root cause by changing the way the brain thinks, reads, learns, focuses and remembers. When core brain skills are stronger, learning is easier.”

LearningRx also helps people diagnosed with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), dyslexia or autism. In fact, according to Howgate, four out of 10 clients, who start the program on ADHD medications, report being able to reduce or stop medication altogether.

Howgate says the programs are also designed for people who do not have diagnoses but are simply frustrated by some aspect of their mental performance at school, work or in life. These include adults who want to perform better on the job, traumatic brain injury victims and senior adults who want to delay cognitive decline.

For more information, contact Syndee Howgate, at 281-302-4088 or visit www.LearningRx.com/Sugar-Land.