Give Your Child the Best Possible Start to School! | AccelerateRx program

AccelerateRx program

AccelerateRx is an intensive, comprehensive, personalised brain training program that develops the foundational skills that are the prerequisites for learning.

Every child needs these foundational skills. In order to process new information, every day in school and life. Even weakness in one skill can make learning (and life) harder than it needs to be.

More importantly, weakness in these foundational skills results in a wider academic achievement gap with peers. This, in turn, negatively impacts self-esteem, self-belief, and motivation.

Our outstanding results speak for themselves, helping your child leavebehind struggles for good. ​

Give your child the ability to fly through school and life with:

  • Sharper thinking skills.
  • Better grades.
  • Enhanced intelligence.
  • Increased processing speed.
  • Better memory.
  • Improved concentration.

Who can we help?

  • Children (as young as 4 years old).
  • Adults with learning disabilities.
  • Developmental delay.
  • Autism.
  • PDD.
  • ODD.
  • Asperger’s.
  • Cerebral palsy.
  • Down syndrome.
  • Traumatic brain injury (TBI).

Why should you register? 

We make your child better in
Maths & Languages

AccelerateRx will help your child build the following skills:

  • Reading Skills.
  • Spelling Skills.
  • Sensory Motor Integration.
  • Arithmetic skills.
  • Hand and Brain Coordination.
  • and many more…

If you want to know your child’s learning profile and figure out how to actually help your child improve, ABC is here to help!  

Take the first step today and book a cognitive skills assessment to understand your child’s unique learning profile.

​You can prepare your child for a lifetime of confidence and success, with our pioneering program, AccelerateRx.

Learn more about BrainRx

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