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LearningRx Centers help individuals of all ages and performance levels. Rather than focusing on behavior management or specific academic skills like many tutoring or computer-based programs, LearningRx provides cognitive skills training that improve the brain’s ability to process information. It does for mental abilities what exercise does for the body.

Learning Rx locations in Colorado Springs:

719-550-8263
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Costs (summary): View a discussion of Learning Rx prices at http://www.learningrx.com/learningrx-cost-faq.htm.



Learning Rx
7075 Campus Dr
80920 | Go to Map

Phone: 719-550-8263

One Review of “Learning Rx”

  1. S. Mitchell May 8, 2011 at 11:52 pm #

    Glad I found it for my son

    Educational Experience: He has had such a great year, last year he had lots of difficulty with attention and math. He went through their program last year and everything has completely changed in math. His attention has gotten a lot better too, much fewer complaints from teachers. He also now has friends and is getting along with others.

    We saw great improvement in his math, attention, and ability to do homework by himself

    I think it was a great investment in his future. I know too many kids that ended up with a bad school story and I didnt want the same for my son

    I am thinking about enrolling my youngest son, I don’t want him to struggle like his older brother.

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