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In adolescence, the brain experiences an extraordinary transformation, increasing potential for positive and proactive change. Laying a foundation for engaging the brain strategically, especially during key transitions from middle school to high school, primes students to think smarter, not harder. The Student BrainHealth® Physical is a way to better understand how well your student is accessing his or her brain’s full potential and gain personalized, actionable recommendations for long-term, optimized learning.

Discover whether your student is reaching his or her full potential. Understand more than just brain capacity, and assess how well cognitive resources are being used. Get personalized recommendations that work with your student’s unique brain, not against it.

WHAT IS THE PROGRAM?

An experienced clinician will take your student through a series of written and verbal tasks that evaluate how well he or she is utilizing the brain’s frontal lobes – the area of the brain responsible for higher-order thinking and reasoning. Parents complete questionnaires that illuminate the student’s planning and emotional control abilities.

Within a month of the assessment, a follow-up session will be conducted to review results and communicate personalized recommendations.

WHO CAN BENEFIT?

Students ages 10 and up, and their parents, who are looking to understand how they process and manage information as well as personalized strategies to improve.

WHERE IS TRAINING LOCATED?

Brain Performance Institute
2200 W. Mockingbird Lane
Dallas, TX 75235

NEXT STEPS?

For questions, please contact Lindsay Gehan at Lindsay.Gehan@utdallas.edu or (972) 883-3310.

Interested in the adult version of the BrainHealth® Physical? Learn more here.

NOTE: The Student BrainHealth® Physical does not involve brain imaging (MRI, CT Scan, SPECT, EEG, etc.), medication or any other procedure.

What are the benefits?

Personalized recommendations that can help you:

  • Learn how your student is using his or her brain to take in information and manage it
  • Address overall well-being and social components such as planning and emotional control
  • Receive tailored recommendations that can increase learning engagement