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PACE is a one on one training program.  We coach the student through a set of research based (often fun gamelike and playful) activities to target each deficient skill that underlies the learning problems.  The skills become automatic through intensely practicing them while increasing the difficulty or complexity as each level is mastered. PACE training asks the student to do an increasing number of processing tasks at a time.  If the student is able to do two tasks at a time, then a third is added, and so on, which forces the brain to make the task automatic.  The result is that the student can now process information to learn.  PACE improves concentration, memory, visualization. Integration, and processing speed.

FREE Screening

First we do a no obligation FREE screening evaluation to see if there are deficiencies in a child or adult’s processing skills and if PACE is a good fit.  If the PACE program seems to be a good fit, we will work with you to set up a brain training schedule that works for you.  If it is not a good fit we will try to refer you to other resources.

Training Sessions
KIT Purchase

We provide PACE brain training one on one in an agreed upon location—usually from our homes.  Our fees are similar to fees charged by tutoring centers.  A PACE session typically lasts an hour, and we typically see students once or twice per week based on your preferences. (Practice at home between sessions is very important.)

  • $40.00 per training session. 

The student must purchase an official PACE kit that has a workbook and various card sets, and aids to the program that the student will keep and use to practice skills daily.  ​


  •  Starter Kit price is only $500

Articles & Resources

Click above to Visit LearningRx to see the research

An Article about play:

Don't Call it a Comeback  Why the cognitive Benefits of "Free Play"  Never Went Out of Style

Unstructured play has taken a back seat in our ever-busy, high-tech world.  Remember hide-and-seek, dress-up, restaurant, bike rides, roller skating, building snowmen, and making up dance routines?  Well, good news:  Several studies have shown that this type of activity is beneficial not only for physical health and emotional maturity (think sharing, compromise, dealing with disappointment) but also cognitive skills.

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