Learning Breakthrough™ brain training program is used to improve grades, attention, academic results and self esteem with fun exercises that require only 30 minutes a day to perform. It has changed the lives of tens of thousands of kids and young adults since 1982.
We publish a starting age of six (6) years old for the average parent to start program use with a child. Skilled practitioners can and do start with clients that are younger but this takes some time (and patience) to make adaptations with the program so that the child has an opportunity to move at a pace they can handle. If some part of the program is too difficult for a beginning user, it is perfectly fine to omit a portion of an activity and come back to it after other activities have been mastered. Having an adult do the program along with a child is a wonderful way to teach and bond, and reinforces the value of the work being done by a child.
The program, in its follow-along form, can be easily adapted should there be a slow start, but the implementation with young children requires the patience of an adult. Working with children under six years can be very beneficial but each child is unique and requires the type of perspective that only an adult can bring to the process.
The experiences of Dr. Belgau and the many therapists with whom he collaborated over the years, focused on students with reading, attention and other developmental challenges. In that work, it is estimated that 85% of the clients that used Learning Breakthrough diligently and over a 6 to 12 month period found dramatic and lasting improvements in the areas they were targeting. The program has since demonstrated its effectiveness in helping with a wide range of other areas in which brain processing improvements are needed, particularly Attention Deficit Disorder and CAPD.
Teenagers and college students are at least as likely to be candidates for LBP use as young children are. Many kids move through their early school years without much feedback on the basic cognitive tasks they are involved with. Sure, some could do better, but parents and educators are often careful not to label someone a slow learner or to focus too intently on a child’s weaknesses for very understandable reasons. As kids move on in school and academic demands start to layer upon each other, the students themselves often reach out for basic assistance in overcoming homework challenges, basic reading and math skills and the foundation tools that were never quite fully developed when they were younger. In college, the scenario is even more pronounced as academics becomes a key to greater success and fulfilment in one’s life. The Learning Breakthrough Program unlocks the innate potential of users and allows all the hard work that they do to fully take root and open up possibilities that life changing tools often do.