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    “Open Family Day” on 25 Jan 2015!

    WELCOME to our Jordan centre for our FAMILY OPEN DAY 2015! Open to all!! To experience brainy/fun games, meet the Team, and know all about cognitive training, please call us now to register! Sunday 25 January 2015 – from 10:30am to 1:30pm. See you soon!

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    Happy New Year 2015!
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    Merry Christmas!

    Season’s Greetings! During the festive season, our centres will be closed on HK public holidays (25/12, 26/12 and 01/01) and open on all other days. Have a wonderful time with your families!

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    Opening of our FoTan centre

    Welcome to our third centre in FoTan, New Territories!

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Latest news

  • 28 Mar

    In this new series of posts, let's break a few "neuromyths", these things that we think we know about our brains but that have been proven wrong by the scientific community.... Neuromyth #1:Humans only use 10 percent of their brains. Today, the 10% myth persists, with blockbuster movies like “Lucy” helping to perpetuate it. The Reality: most neuroscientists have accepted that the brain has a so-called “default mode,” a sophisticated network of brain areas that remain active even when the brain is resting. As Dr Marcus Raichle, a neuroscientist at Washington University in St. Louis, sums it up nicely: “When I’m asked what the brain’s job is, if I can sum it up in one sentence or so, I always say the brain is in the prediction business. We’ve learned that it’s always on—and most of its energy is devoted to trying to predict what’s going to happen to you next. “And I don’t see how the brain could be in the prediction business if it was working at only 10 percent capacity.”

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  • 26 Mar

    A few down-to-earth AND science-based rules for your baby's learning curve: - good: breast-feeding / talking / guided play / praising effort rather than intelligence - not so good : overexposure to TV / learned helplessness / being sedentary

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  • 25 Mar

    Check this out: Sir Richard Branson about his own experience with dyslexia.... Like many hard-working and famous personalities, he didn't let dyslexia be an obstacle to his ambitions....We all can take inspiration from that, can't we?

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  • 20 Mar

    “I’m so happy—I’m thrilled, actually, that we were able to hopefully shine a light on Alzheimer’s disease. So many people with this disease feel isolated and marginalized. One of the wonderful things about movies is that it makes us feel seen and not alone. People with Alzheimer’s deserve to be seen so that we can find a cure.” – Julianne Moore Julianne Moore won Best Actress at the #Oscars for her portrayal of an Alzheimer’s sufferer in “Still Alice.” Learn more about Alzheimer's disease in this touching 2013 Brain Awareness Video "Forget Me Not": http://ow.ly/Jw78f

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  • 17 Mar

    Ooh....what a news! A new study just published by the University of Cambridge in the UK suggests that getting too much sleep may be bad for us as it could significantly increase the risk of stroke.... The negative implications of sleep deprivation are well documented (memory and concentration troubles, increased risk of obesity, diabetes and heart disease....) but too much of it doesn't seem too good either.... In sleep as in everything else, keep the right balance!

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  • 16 Mar

    Could e-books actually get in the way of reading? While young readers find these digital products very appealing, their multitude of features may diffuse children’s attention, interfering with their comprehension of the text. It seems that for many of them the very “richness” of the multimedia environment that e-books provide—touted as their advantage over printed books—may actually overwhelm kids’ limited working memory, leading them to lose the thread of the narrative or to process the meaning of the story less deeply. On the other end, some e-books offer multimedia features that actually enhance comprehension. Recommendations and more of this, here:

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  • 14 Mar

    We are ready at Kowloon Junior School's fair! Come and see us on the 1st floor if you are around!

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Our Programs

PRE-SCHOOL SMARTKIDZ

Exclusively for the 3-6 years-old, a perfect and fun discovery for the youngest. Our SmartKidz TakeOff program is the earliest opportunity to develop cognitive skills and gain an early head start.

  • assessment & consultation before training
  • 45 mins/session
  • 1 to 3 times/week
  • 15 sessions up
  • review every 30 sessions
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BRAIN TEASER

Brain Teaser program is an easy and stimulating way to get to learn about the powerful changes YOU can produce by unleashing your cognitive potential.

  • assessment & consultation before training
  • 45 mins/session
  • minimum 2 times/week
  • 10 sessions only
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POWERBRAIN RX CORE PROGRAM

This is our Core Training Program where tens of thousands of students worldwide have experienced the transforming power and effectiveness of cognitive brain training.

  • assessment & consultation before training
  • sessions from 45 mins to 90 mins
  • 2 to 3 times/week
  • 30 sessions up
  • review every 30 sessions
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INTENSIVE BRAIN BOOSTER

Choose our Intensive Brain Booster program for the ultimate edge in the shortest possible time! It is ideal for the most competitive and ambitious Hong Kong students and adults, as well as for the overseas students with limited time in Hong Kong.

  • assessment & consultation before training
  • time & frequency customisable, minimum 3 times/week
  • the more intense  the better, and the more effective!
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ADD / ADHD, DYSLEXIA OR OTHER LEARNING DIFFICULTIES

Our Special Care program is tailor-made for any students and adults with learning difficulties. Brain training meaningfully improves the cognitive abilities of anyone with special needs.

  • assessment & consultation before training
  • 30 to 45 mins/session
  • 2 to 4 times/week
  • 15 sessions up
  • review every 30 sessions
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