Memory

Memory impairment or loss can be scary and disconcerting. Brain trauma and dementia, especially Alzheimer's, can all account for problems remembering words, dates, where you left the keys, and more. Building and strengthening neural pathways through brain training can not only help with those symptoms, but can also keep the brain stronger so that additional memory loss is slowed and at times reversed.

Brain training programs can promote cognitive development and enhance outcomes for people of all ages including those:

  • In the earliest stages of dementia or Alzheimer's
  • Seeking to prevent dementia or Alzheimer's
  • Experiencing short-term memory loss
  • Seeking to improve memory for professional reasons
  • Hoping to change old habits, or start new ones
  • Desiring to improve memory for personal reasons

Not that long ago, scientists believed the brain could only create new connections during childhood and once we reached adulthood, we more or less “are what we are.” That viewpoint has changed, thanks to what we now know about neuroplasticity.

Neuroplasticity is the brain's ability to reorganize itself by forming new neural connections throughout life. Our brain continues to create new neurons throughout our life and this has tremendous implications. It means that wherever a person is in life, it is almost never too late to change.

You can learn new skills. You can grow, improve, and drop old habits and create new ones.

At Brain Train America, our brain training programs focus on training the brain’s complex signaling system. In strengthening neurological pathways, we are able to improve the brain's ability to capture, process and retain information and instruction.

Brain Train America's brain training experts evaluate your memory-related ambitions or the challenges you may be facing with memory, draw on actual data and years of experience, and determine an appropriate course of action, and provide a comprehensive plan for brain training success.

Our Brain Trainers target and challenge your memory through a variety of brain exercises. With time, clients get better at brain training. They begin to feel the benefits, and this positive change transfers to their everyday life.

For clients utilizing brain training to improve memory, we have witnessed significant improvements. Benefits of brain training for memory include:

  • Improved working memory for people of all ages
  • Improved memory of people with mild cognitive impairments, including those showing the first signs of dementia
  • Improved concentration
  • Enhanced visual memory
  • Increased attention to detail
  • More consistent short term memory

To start brain training for memory today, schedule an appointment for an evaluation with one of Brain Train America's brain training experts, please visit or call us at 410-750-2133.