Working Memory Training


AttentionBehavior  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.