Frequently Asked Questions

Brain training is a science-based approach to improving the function of the brain. Read more from our What is Brain Training? article.

Brain training can improve efficiency and effectiveness for anyone. It can help strengthen brain function following a concussion, stroke, birth complication, or other injury or disease. Brain Training can also help someone struggling with a learning disability like ADHD or dyslexia. Brain training is also used by some of the world’s top athletes to sharpen their mental and physical skills.

Just about anybody at any age can benefit from brain training. We work with all ages, from four to 74!

Every situation is unique. It’s almost impossible to predict how long it may take to see the results you want, because you are in control. The more committed to the process you are, the quicker you will see changes.

Definitely! However, we have had clients who have been able to decrease their dosages after brain training!

Generally, no, although we have heard of some reimbursement programs available for very specific situations. At this time, we do not take insurance.

There are plenty of apps and games available on the market. Our methodology is completely different. In general, those are games. This is training.

We use up to six different methods to help you answer that question. Our process begins with a screening (which includes three of six methods), or an evaluation (which includes all six). Each provides an extensive amount of information that forms the roadmap for the training approach we will recommend.

Yes! Many of our clients work with us remotely. Once we determine the training regimen that is right for you, we will work with you to set you up to do brain training in your home. If you are unable to travel to our Maryland office for the initial evaluation, we are able to offer virtual evaluations.

To get started, you can schedule an appointment online now for a phone consultation or call Brain Train America to schedule your appointment (410-750-2133).