LearningRx Staunton-Harrisonburg Is Now A Board-Certified Cognitive Center
LearningRx Staunton-Harrisonburg joins other LearningRx Brain Training Centers in North America to become a Board-Certified Cognitive Center (BCCC), a designation granted by the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES).
The BCCC designation is awarded to organizations whose staff have completed professional training and certification on autism, ADHD, anxiety, and dyslexia in school-aged learners.
“We are so excited to receive the designation of Board-Certified Cognitive Center,” said Executive Director, Sandy Zamalis. “At LearningRx Staunton-Harrisonburg, we value continuing education in the cognitive field so that we stay current with the science behind cognition and the best evidence-based techniques used to help our clients.”
For more than 35 years, LearningRx has provided cognitive training to clients from age 5 to 95. Their “brain trainers” work one-on-one with clients and use a variety of hands-on manipulatives to train cognitive skills, including working and long-term memory, visual and auditory processing, reasoning skills, processing speed, and attention.
“One of the core values that guide our daily performance is ‘excellence,'” reports Kim Hanson, CEO of LearningRx Brain Training. “We strive for excellence in customer service, program results, and in the training of our team members—the Center owners, directors, and brain trainers who interact with our clients every day. Our partnership with IBCCES allows us to expand that excellence by providing team members with a series of certifications that buoy their leadership abilities and enrich their competencies in ADHD, anxiety, dyslexia, and autism. It’s a win for our team and a win for the children and adults we help, all over the world.”