Skater on the Steps

the mind discovery process

What if you could help your child learn easier, understand information faster?

Our remediation programs use sound, objects and body movement to help the mind and body systems establish better relationships. Often children do not develop the most effective neural pathways during critical stages of brain development. These neural pathways can develop incorrectly, causing moderate to severe cognitive weaknesses. Sometimes our cognitive weaknesses result in learning challenges that display themselves in a wide range of ways including ADHD, dyslexia and the Asperger's Spectrum.

Mind Discovery's research-based programs use multiple scientific learning software in the process of delivering academic content and the results consistently show that strengthening memory, attention and auditory and visual processing speeds is possible through brain training. Our students academic success and general confidence and empowerment is noticeable by everyone they interact with. 

Teaching with the brain in mind allows us to train learning challenges, improve intellectual abilities, expand career opportunities and change daily life. 

Our unique integrated learning approach uses award-winning educational programs supported by the best in educational research

 

 

in 3 easy steps...

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Identification

This program begins with a multisensory cognitive skills assessment. The assessment results are analyzed and reviewed with you and we discuss your child's remedial needs. The enrollment process typically begins during this post analysis meeting but you may take as long as necessary to consider the program.

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Integration

The next program stage begins the most crucial phase of academic remediation which is sensory integration. This phase teaches the brain's communication with its senses: sight, sound, smell, taste (nutrition) and touch. Incorrect connections between the brain and the body systems are developed and enhanced for maximum learning potential.

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Remediation

The third program stage is academic remediation. The length of this phase depends upon the amount of academic "catch-up" necessary, or advancement as desired. Intervention is typically used to target specific learning challenges and is thus tailored for each individual student. Remediation is appropriate for any student who has not yet mastered a particular concept, typically related to math or reading.