Cognitive Skills


What are Cognitive Skills?

Cognitive skills are brain functions that help us to learn, think, and do just about everything. As we age, cognitive decline is inevitable. Of course, memory skills are top at the list of worries with Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia. However, recent neuroscience research is showing that cognitive training can help in creating new neuron connections and strengthen processing speed, which can delay the on-set of various forms of dementia. At Brighter Path we use technology to help our active senior adult clients keep their cognitive skills sharp. We also offer interesting workshops and fun events to stay social! 

With our membership subscription, you get a professional baseline assessment, an individually planned program based on  your goals and specific cognitive needs, training with positive encouragement, data-driven changes as needed, and many other perks! Our members may also take advantage of discounts on individual sessions, seminars, and events. 

Cognitive skills training is the foundation to creating your Brighter Path!

Some Cognitive Skills

  • Visual Discrimination
  • Visual Tracking
  • Visual Processing Speed
  • Auditory Discrimination
  • Auditory Memory
  • Auditory Processing Speed
  • Attention
  • Working Memory
  • Logic and Reasoning
  • And many more!

Some Programs We Use

  • Cognifit
  • BrainTrain
  • BrainHQ
  • NeuroNation
  • Lumosity

 **Disclaimer: Due to the medical issues and emotional family issues involved in aging and dementia, we want our clients to be aware that Brighter Path is an educational center. We are not a medical clinic, physical therapy facility, or counseling office and do not claim to provide such services. Our services are monitored by an educational psychologist with no guarantee of preventing the on-set of cognitive decline associated with aging.  

Welcome to the Client Area

Here's what to expect when you come to Brighter Path. 

When you walk in, you will be greeted with a friendly smile and checked in. Your first appointment will be with the program director, Sue, who will find out more about you and your goals. Please bring or send ahead: the New Client Form, any previous diagnostic evaluations, any school documentation that you want to share, and any work evaluations that you want to share. All of these documents are kept confidential. 

Contact us to Schedule a New Client Appointment

Client Downloads

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