Our one-on-one brain training programs help kids & adults with memory, reading and attention.
Attention Struggles & ADHD
Reading Struggles & Dyslexia
Speech & Language Disorders
Traumatic Brain Injury
Adult Skill Strengthening
Revolutionary Brain Training Programs
Natural Learning Solutions opened in 2018 as the first cognitive skill training studio in the Onalaska and La Crosse area. Using revolutionary brain training programs, we address learning, attention, and reading issues for students and adults with dyslexia, ADD/ADHD, Autism Spectrum, Traumatic Brain Injury, and processing disorders.
We begin with a cognitive skills assessment, which shows us the core cognitive skills of the client. This information is gathered through the Gibson test of cognitive skills, essentially a battery of short tests that reviews auditory processing, word attack, logic and reasoning, working memory, processing speed, visual processing, and long-term memory.
A consult overviews the root cause of cognitive skill development and differentiates between that and symptom management of dysfunctional learning techniques, which is far more common in standard group educational settings. We review the assessment results and recommend a program that is properly suited to the needs of the client.
We employ a customized, one-on-one, cutting-edge educational practice that addresses and fixes learning struggles at their root cause. We do not manage symptoms to maintain a classroom cohesion, but rather focus on the shortcomings of cognitive processing the inhibit all learning. Its brain training that will improve weak cognitive skills for lasting results.
Brain training and cognitive enhancement can help improve weak cognitive skills to help enhance learning abilities.
In order to learn, you need not only strong educational content, but the skills to learn, understand, and apply the content. At Natural Learning Solutions, we can help train the brain with one-on-one programs that are both fun and beneficial.
Are weak cognitive skills making life harder than it needs to be?
This free survey is based on observations of behavior, so you can take it for yourself, for your child, or for anyone you know well. Rate the following behaviors by how often you think they occur, compared to how often you think they occur for other people of the same age and gender. Don’t overthink, just answer with your first, instinctive response.