Working Memory Training
Attention ● Behavior Capacity to learn
COGMED can help! *
Neuroplasticity, the idea that the brain can reorganize itself, allows COGMED to effectively change the way the brain functions to perform at its maximum capacity.
80% of COGMED users improve working memory by an average of 30%.
80% of children who scored in the lowest 10% for working memory also experienced substantial problems in math, reading or both.
● Working memory is the ability to keep information in your mind for a short time, focus on a task, and remember what to do next.
● It is a critical function closely related to the attention necessary for a wide range of cognitive (brain) tasks. and one of the best predictors of academic achievement.
● Working memory is commonly impaired in people with ADHD, learning disabilities, and even in about fifteen percent of typical learners without teaching new skills.
Students work on an age-appropriate program that combines cognitive skills and gaming technology.
*Results vary based on individual and consistent participation in assigned structured program.