which brain training centre is better?

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lovekids1102
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which brain training centre is better?

Post by lovekids1102 » Sun Aug 18, 2013 10:07 am

Hi all,

I have a daughter who has mild learning difficulties and I am seeking some courses for her. I have come across various brain training centres and each have their own say. Do any of you experienced Brainfit? How is it there? I heard that they are backed with strong scientific research for all their programs apart from their listening program alone.

Personally I prefer centres that are backed with research than those gimmicks out there. Any advices?

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Re: which brain training centre is better?

Post by ashleywells » Tue Dec 10, 2013 2:29 pm

Research it on the internet then read the reviews on that center or you can ask your friends, a referral from a friend is a good idea.

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Re: which brain training centre is better?

Post by joannelim1975 » Thu Jun 05, 2014 11:07 pm

I heard BrainFit Studio is quite good, all programmes are supported well with research... can go and listen to the workshop to learn more (of course be prepared to spend quite a sum)... but they can really find the root cause and target it well, my niece attended last year, show good improvements socially and academically.

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Re: which brain training centre is better?

Post by Yvonne chin » Sat Aug 08, 2015 12:34 am

Yes, I agree with u lovekids1102 to look for a centre with research background. Recently I know there is a centre the founder with strong R&D background, and successful combine the result from japan and US to develop application technologies to unleash hidden potentials of human brain.
The course only 2 days and you can see the results after the course.
I been sent my son who is certified as hyperactive. Now his condition have been improved.

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Re: which brain training centre is better?

Post by Celinetam » Wed Jul 31, 2019 8:22 am

:smile:
I think what is important personally for my kid is the curriculum and how broad and depth it goes..
It could be a branded name franchise but lacks the consistency to live up to the branding ...
Best is to try out the course if possible


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