Alex* was a freshman in high school when he started the Learning Technics program through Pheno Brain Training in 2014. He was depressed and suffered from anxiety. He had an IEP, but his grades and behavior weren’t improving. His mother said he was unorganized, unfocused, and had trouble turning in assignments even after he’d completed them. She was very frustrated. Alex started the program and not only did his grades improve, but his teachers noticed a difference in his behavior. His mother said, “The usual negative observations about my son had changed to markedly improved by all his teachers as the year progressed.”
But sometimes a tutor is only a Bandaid on a bigger problem. How is a parent to know? Here are three questions that Pheno Brain Training recommends you ask yourself if you are thinking of hiring a tutor.
n that moment, nothing else matters to the child. To them, all that matters is whatever they were thinking about and any interruption to it is a threat. By not conceptualizing and seeing the big picture, children will focus all their attention on continuing the activity they were engaged in. This usually comes across as seeing the child or adult as not being able to focus, then getting labeled ADHD or ADD.