Space Coast Early Intervention Center Now Offering Brain Training
By Sue Bryant // January 20, 2016
Processing and Cognitive Enhancement
BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Space Coast Early Intervention Center (SCEIC) is now offering brain training, also known as PACE (Processing and Cognitive Enhancement).
Brain training describes a set of revolutionary techniques developed by brain researchers and educators that test, target, and strengthen specific mental skills.
This new program can be beneficial for children and adults, with and without learning disabilities, and is available for anyone over the age of 5.
About Brain Training:
Now that scientists have learned that intelligence potential is not fixed at birth, and that learning disabilities are not permanent, studies have shown that by using proper training methods, such as brain training, specialists can target, modify, and develop the brain to improve function and strengthen deficiencies.
A professional brain trainer reviews cognitive skills test data, uses exercises that target any skill weaknesses, then works with the individual one-on-one to produce dramatic changes in learning abilities and performance.
Simple testing can uncover the root cause of almost any student’s struggle, and with the right personalized brain training, weaknesses are molded into a lifetime of strong learning and performance.
With eight years of experience as a brain trainer, SCEIC’s Space Coast Training Center Director Sue Bryant is spearheading the new initiative, putting her expertise to work implementing and operating this highly successful program.
Brain training is available throughout the week at SCEIC, 3790 Dairy Road, Melbourne, FL, 32904. Assessments are available by calling 321-729-6858 x208.
More information on brain training can be found here.
About Space Coast Early Intervention Center:
Space Coast Early Intervention Center is a non-profit therapeutic preschool for children with and without special needs. SCEIC’s inclusive programs enable children to excel academically, develop friendships, become leaders and role models, learn acceptance and appreciate diversity.