The amazing, multi-faceted brain center is responsible for everything from attention and focus to timing and motor function. Weak or faulty neural connections can cause developmental, processing or other learning disorders, but these challenges can be overcome with careful retraining. Learn 2 Focus is a method of intensive brain training that can reshape brain function, effectively drawing new neural connections and strengthening weak or faulty ones. Brain training has the power to make lasting improvements in reading and language level, executive and cognitive function skills, and auditory and sensory processing.
When my daughter was just a toddler she was diagnosed with a severe form of global developmental dyspraxia. I searched everywhere for an effective solution, but continued to struggle finding a treatment that could provide the help my daughter needed. Then I learned about Interactive Metronome (IM) and how brain training could address the cause of developmental and processing disorders, rather than the symptoms. It was the catalyst that changed my daughter’s life and opened up her potential. And I knew I wanted to help others who were struggling with similar challenges.
—Learn 2 Focus founder Susi Sorensen
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) affect the brain’s executive functioning skills — organization, planning, timing and sequencing — and can delay the brain’s natural maturation by approximately three years. | Learn2Focus Solutions: The Interactive Metronome > The Listening Program > Fast ForWord
Reading Fluency & Comprehension
The ability to read fluently, retain and comprehend material is critical in many assignments, activities and professions — yet 50 percent of adults are unable to read at an eighth grade level, and more than one in every three children reads below the most basic level on The National Assessment of Educational Progress. | Learn2Focus Solutions: Reading Assistant > Fast ForWord
Sports Performance Enhancement
Athletic activities require a complex combination of rhythm, timing, processing speed, attention and memory. Both professional and amateur athletes pour hundreds and thousands of hours into training their body and improving their reactions. Plays, moves and skills are practiced until they become natural or automatic, reducing the amount of focus required to execute them in a game. But all of these processes are controlled by neurons firing and connecting in your brain. For serious or struggling athletes, brain training is the logical next step in enhancing sports performance. | Learn2Focus Solutions: The Interactive Metronome