The Encinitas Learning Center uses a variety of different learning programs tailored to support each student’s individual needs. The below list provides only a few of the many programs used. If you would like additional information about the programs listed below and other programs available, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Founded in 1996, Scientific Learning combines the lastest advances in brain research and propriety technology to create products and services that developing learning and communication skills. Based upon more than 30 years of neuroscience research, Scientific Learning’s Fast ForWord family of products use patented technology to target the language and reading skills widely recognized as the fundamental keys to all learning.
Interactive Metronome (IM) was developed in the early 1990s and is used to help children with learning and developmental disorders as well as adult neuro rehabilitation patients. IM is a neuro-motor assessment & treatment tool used in therapy to improve the neurological processes of motor planning and sequencing.
P.A.C.E® (by LearningRx)
After 30 years of testing and clinical research, PACE for Processing and Cognitive Enhancement was launched. It is rapidly become the leading cognitive training program in the USA. Over 700 professionals in more than 350 schools, clinics, hospitals, and training locations have participated in the development, testing, and clinical use of the PACE program to date. PACE continues to collect data from offices across the country and critically reviews the results to maintain quality control.
The purpose of the intense PACE program is to produce significant changes quickly so that the student sees the changes and stays motivated to learn. These programs are customizable to each individual student’s needs, and attack the cause of learning problems rather than symptoms. Per LearningRx, average gains exceed 3.6 years in learning skills in 12 weeks and 5.2 years in reading in 18 weeks.
The Listening Program®
The Listening Program’s psycho-acoustically modified music and patent-pending production techniques are designed to stimulate, or “exercise” the different functions of the auditory processing system. This enables the brain to better receive, process, store and utilize the valuable information provided through the varied soundscapes in our lives such as music, language and the environment in which we live.