Neuroplasticity and Cognitive Skills 

We don't realize neuropathways are being built when it happens. It simply does—crawling, walking, touching, tasting, falling. The list could go on infinitely. Every single way you interact with the environment around you creates pathways in your brain specific to you.

When we experience something new we form a new pathway.  We literally change the shape of our brain when learning new skills.

However, sometimes in development, we don't form a pathway we should. It could be that we lack a physical skill (poor eye sight, bad hearing, physical disabilities, etc.) that prevents a certain cognitive skill from developing to its full potential. Other times we didn't encounter the type of stimulus we needed enough to build correct and strong neuropathways during key development periods. Learning disabilities can be cause for many reasons, yet they are all caused by weaknesses in certain cognitive skills that prevent us from functioning at our best.  Often we are not remotely aware of our specific cognitive and physical weaknesses. 

Neuroplasticity: the brain's ability to rewire pathways. A relatively-new discovery that enables the science behind our programs.
Here are some of Mind Discovery learner's results in the 8 content learning abilities we measure.  
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Predominate Struggle:

PreTest Date: 03/28/2017

PostTest Date:10/27/2017

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Predominate Struggle: Intense ADD/Executive Function Weakness

PreTest Date: 02/10/2018

PostTest Date: 05/13/2019

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Predominate Struggle: Autism

PreTest Date: 05/22/2017

PostTest Date: 06/05/2018

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Predominate Struggle: Auditory System Issues

PreTest Date: 04/30/2019

PostTest Date: 05/29/2020

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Predominate Struggle: Dyslexia

PreTest Date: 02/11/2017

PostTest Date: 07/06/2017

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Predominate Struggle: Dyslexia

PreTest Date: 04/01/2019

PostTest Date: 01/08/2020