Stronger Brains Intervention programs result in a range of benefits.
- Cognitive improvements: Stronger Brains have demonstrated the benefits across all 5 cognitive domains we assess including executive control, social cognition, working memory, processing speed and focus and attention.
- Improved mental health: As measured by the Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scale and the Warwick Edinburgh Wellbeing Scale
- Improved learning and earning outcomes
- Improved social and emotional wellbeing
- Improved engagement and attendance
- Increased course completion rates
- Improved classroom atmospherics
- Reduced teacher burnout
- Improved self-regulation and behaviour
- Increased motivation
- Improved confidence and self-esteem
- Improved relationships
- Improved social and communication skills
- Improved job skills of the future workforce including problem solving, decision making and people skills
- Improved job readiness
- Improved education outcomes
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As our name suggests, we believe that everyone can benefit from a Stronger Brain. Whether you’re someone who needs help improving focus and attention, an athlete looking to speed up your brain’s processing time or a university student trying to improve your memory capacity, our program can help. Executive functions underlie the skills that are essential for mental and physical health: cognitive, social, and psychological development. When an individual’s executive functions are operating effectively, the person has cognitive flexibility and can control their impulses, focus and pay attention (Diamond and Lee, Science 2011).
The cost of our program varies based on needs, duration and required support but is designed to be as affordable and accessible as possible. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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Every brain is different so the answer to this question will vary from brain to brain. Previous research has found that 30 hours of training is able to produce significant cognitive improvements from baseline to post-training. Stronger Brains recommend achieving this goal through 30 minutes to 1 hour of training daily.
Don’t be discouraged by 30 hours as other studies of targeted cognitive training indicate that even under 10 hours of training demonstrates significant cognitive improvement. What’s really important here is that you start. There’s absolutely nothing to lose.