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We know how hard it is to have a struggling child and understand what you are going through. Parents wish for nothing more than your child to be thriving in life, socially, academically and physically. Maybe you have tried a lot already to help your child and nothing has made a difference.


We can identify and treat learning problems commonly associated with the following behaviors:

  • Difficulty sitting still

  • Difficulty staying on task for any length of time

  • Easily distracted

  • Forgetting names, forgetting things you used to know

  • Forgetting what was just said in a conversation

  • Having to read directions again and again

  • Doing poorly on tests

  • Avoidance of work that seems complicated or hard

  • Difficulty comprehending and remembering

  • Difficulty completing tasks

  • Feeling stuck or overwhelmed

  • Frequently asking “What do I do next?” or saying “I don’t get this”

  • Copying material from a book or whiteboard takes a long time

  • Verbal instructions often need to be repeated

  • Difficulty following directions

  • Difficulty reading maps

  • Difficulty with math word problems

  • Difficulty with reading and spelling

  • Problems sounding out words (learning how to read)

  • Poor reading fluency and reading comprehension

  • Written work takes a long time to complete

  • Difficulty completing tasks

  • Makes reversals, for example, confusing the words “was” and “saw” or the letters “b” and “d”

  • Frequently disorganized

  • Frequently frustrated when completing an assignment or task

  • Makes frequent or careless errors

  • Frequently being the last one in a group to finish something

We might have the solution to your problem

If you or your child exhibits one or more of these behaviors, call today to schedule a cognitive skills assessment to evaluate core cognitive processing skills.

It's the first step to identifying and treating any weak cognitive skills that are making learning and life harder than they need to be.


Our training strengthens the cognitive skills the brain uses to think, learn, read, remember, reason, pay attention, and solve problems.

We use these skills every day in many different areas.

Clients of all ages benefit from improvements that come with faster and better cognitive performance. We don’t diagnose or treat medical conditions but are happy to look at your or your child’s diagnosis, if you have one. The truth is that most of all common diagnoses that cause our clients to struggle in school or in life have at least one or more weak cognitive skills in common. The PACE program can improve the cognitive performance of clients with a variety of diagnoses and struggles, including the following:

Dyslexia and Reading Struggles

Studies show that weak cognitive skills are at the root of 85% of all reading struggles! Our programs strengthen auditory processing and other cognitive skills.

Learning Disability/ Difficulty

The brain uses a core set of skills to think and learn. These skills include attention, memory, auditory processing, visual processing, logic & reasoning, and processing speed.

It takes only one of these skills to be weak, to slow down or make thinking, learning, reading, remembering or paying attention, challenging.

Attention and ADHD

Attention struggles make it harder to keep up in class or on the job, complete tasks or assignments, follow instructions, feel confident, juggle everyday tasks and chores and even to be an attentive driver. The good news is that attention is a skill that can be trained and strengthened.


Our program is particularly great for kids and adults on the autism spectrum. The training sessions are structured and rewarding. The program can be customized to the unique needs, abilities, and goals of every client.

Adult Cognitive Performance

Did you know that the brain is never too old to change? While one-on-one brain training is a popular intervention for children and teens who are struggling with learning or schoolwork, a growing number of adults are discovering the benefits of brain training.

Executive Functioning

Executive functions enable the brain to answer the questions of "What needs to be done and When?"

They are the "conductors of the mind's orchestra". For children with executive functioning deficits, tasks that require planning, prioritizing, organization, memory, time management, and flexible thinking are very challenging.

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