What are the Costs?
Assessment and Training Options
Initial 45 min. Consultation
Basic Assessment (for 4-month program)
Intellectual Assessment of basic intellectual abilities (not an IQ test)
Basic & Intellectual Assessments Combined
Eye-Movement & Perceptual Vision Assessment
Assessment of Analytical Thinking / Reasoning
Assessment of Creativity
4-Month Program (includes all equipment*)
*Equipment will become the property of the purchaser.
Family Discount available
Test Preparation (SAT, ACT, LSAT, GED)
Please ask about payment options.
“POWER BOOST” 6-WEEK OPTION FOR RETURNING CLIENTS:
Turbo-Charge reading, math, reasoning, critical thinking or focusing
$2595 / $2495
How Does BrainLinking Differ from Traditional Tutoring?
|FOCUS||• Identify weak academic areas
• Improve the acquisition of information
|• Identify WHY the student is having difficulty learning
• Facilitate the ‘linking’ of the neural connections for increased proficiency in all areas of learning
|THEORY||More time, attention and one-to-one instruction is needed||By combining physical activities with mental exercises and brain training games, an individual’s capacity to learn is expanded|
• study skills
• homework help
• test prep
|Skills essential for ease in learning subject matter:
|MATERIALS||Materials and methods similar to those used in classrooms||Non-traditional, scientifically-proven, physical and mental activities and technologies|
|FORMAT||Drop-off program||Parents participate to gain understanding of the child’s learning difficulties, thereby learning how to assist the child and to learn skills useful with other children in the home|
|TIME||Scores of hours over a long period of time (even years)||4 month program (sometimes parents choose to continue for additional time)|
How Much Time Does the Program Take Each Week?
- One 1-hour lesson at BrainLinking
- Usually Four 60-minute at-home sessions during the first month on the program
- Usually Three 45-60 minute at-home sessions after the first month