LearningRX In Owatonna Becomes Board Certified Cognitive Center
An Owatonna learning-based business has just taken a step that only a few others have ever made. In a recent email from LearningRX Executive Director Darci Stanford, she wrote that LearningRX in Owatonna had some "exciting news". LearningRX was recently designated as a board-certified cognitive center and according to Stanford, "There are only two other centers I am aware of that have reached this status and both in much larger cities."
A press release attached to the note stated that "LearningRx Owatonna has earned the Board Certified Cognitive Center (BCCC) designation, granted by the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES). Owatonna staff have completed an evidence-based training and certification program through IBCCES focused on autism, ADHD, anxiety, and dyslexia."
For the past six years, LearningRx has assisted more than 2,000 children and adults in dealing with learning disabilities. Their one-on-one brain training center pairs clients with trainers for mental workouts that help them to think faster, learn easier, and perform better. “Becoming a Board Certified Cognitive Center provides recognition for an extra level of specialized training of our staff in the field of cognitive training. This allows us to stand-out from our competition in providing high-quality services and opens the door for more possibilities for clients,” said Darci Stanford, Executive Director LearningRx Owatonna. “At LearningRx Owatonna, our programs are like fitness routines for the mind that enable our clients to experience immeasurable benefits. We are proud to be backed by a name that has dedicated over 35 years of research, testing, and development to ensure optimum results. We have helped clients struggling with ADHD, dyslexia, reading comprehension, memory, and other conditions by getting to the root cause of their struggles and achieve success.”
A big congrats to Darci and her staff on this great accomplishment!
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