Speciality Programs

A screening can help determine your student’s strengths, weaknesses and academic level. It may include include academic testing or exercises involving visual perception, auditory processing, or ADHD. Email or call (773) 238-4526 to learn more.

Brain Boost

The Brain Boost program is a cognitive brain training program developed exclusively at Connections Learning Center. It is based on proven ideas from the fields of behavioral optometry and cognitive neuroscience. It consists of a number of brain exercises designed to improve mental processing speed, working memory, attention, sequential processing, spatial orientation, visual and auditory memory, phonological awareness, motor planning, problem solving, and reasoning. All the work is done one-on-one with a clinician.

Wilson Reading Program

For grades K–12 and adults. The Wilson Reading Program teaches reading and spelling skills from the ground up. Students of all ages who are struggling with reading can benefit from Wilson. In addition to promoting strong reading skills, this program also addresses reading fluency.

The Wilson Reading program is designed to promote reading accuracy (decoding) and spelling (encoding) skills for students with word-level deficits. It teaches phonemic awareness, alphabetic principles (sound-symbol relationship), word study, spelling, sight word instruction, fluency, vocabulary, oral expressive language development, and comprehension.

Neurofeedback

For ages 3 to adult. Neurofeedback is a type of therapy that helps the brain to function more efficiently. It can be highly effective for people who have ADHD, anxiety-depression, behavior disorders, headaches, seizure disorder, autism, aspergers, sensory integration, or other impediments to learning.

Neurofeedback provides real-time feedback on brainwave activity, measured by sensors on the scalp that are connected to a video display, sound, or vibration. It rewards the brain for changing its activity to more appropriate patterns.

Our Neurofeedback therapy program is provided through EEG Info. Please note thatConnections Learning Center has a licensed therapist on site who can bill insurance.

In Time

InTime supports social & emotional function, auditory processing, communication, executive function, creative expression, motor coordination, stress response, self-awareness, musicality, and more. The client engages with the rhythm-based music of InTime to help stimulate rhythm awareness, focus, timing precision and adaptive responses to stress, all of which supply your brain with the highest quality of stimulation it needs for optimal function.

The Listening Program

The Listening Program is a music-based therapy that can improve brain health. By listening to music that is acoustically modified to train the brain, students can strengthen neurological pathways and improve their ability to learn, communicate, and process information.

This therapy is designed for anyone with an auditory processing issue.When auditory perception is distorted—through illness, injury, developmental or other challenges—it can lead to academic, emotional, cognitive and social challenges. The areas this therapy can address include:

  • Attention and concentration
  • Listening
  • Speech and language
  • Memory
  • Communication
  • Social skills
  • Reading
  • Sensory integration
  • Self regulation
  • Physical balance and coordination
  • Vocal performance and musical ability

Auditory Processing problems are also common in people who have dyslexia, learning disabilities, ADHD and autism-spectrum disorders.

If are interested in improving brain health for longevity, expanding your own abilities, or helping someone you care about, TLP can make a significant difference.

Visualizing/Verbalizing

The Lindamood-Bell Program is for students of all ages who are struggling with reading comprehension. If you child has difficulty with any of the following, they would benefit from this program:

  • Reading comprehension
  • Retaining what they’ve read (after rereading material several times, they only remember a few details)
  • Oral language expression
  • Written language skills (unorganized and nonspecific)
  • Organizing language, appearing shy
  • Communicating in a talkative but scattered manner, relating information out of sequence

The Lindamood-Bell Visualizing and Verbalizing program helps students develop images for the concepts they are reading. Through this work, students can improves their language comprehension, reasoning, and expressive language skills. It is common for individuals to gain years in language comprehension with just four weeks of intensive instruction!

On Cloud Nine

The Lindamood-Bell On Cloud Nine math program for K–8 students helps students to imagine and verbalize the concepts underlying math processes. Through this program, students learn to think, reason, and problem solve with numbers. Individuals of all ages learn to do and enjoy math.

Cloud Nine is designed to help students who are having difficulty with the following:

  • Learning math facts such as multiplication tables
  • Grasping mathematical relationships
  • Doing word problems
  • Challenges with higher math

Ready to Learn More?

A screening can help determine your student’s strengths, weaknesses and academic level. It may include include academic testing or exercises involving visual perception, auditory processing, or ADHD. Email or call (773) 238-4526 to get started!