The Processing and Cognitive Enhancement (PACE) program trains cognitive learning skills for students between six and eighteen years old. The program benefits both high performers and students with learning disabilities struggling in school, particularly with reading, comprehension, spelling, and math.
The PACE program is a twelve-week, intensive, one-on-one, cognitive training program that corrects and enhances learning skills and the brain’s processing abilities.
Areas of increased development include auditory processing and visual processing, working memory, phonemic awareness and processing speed.
PACE is an impressive program. Parents are required to attend the first learning session to understand how the program works and to use it at home. Sessions are one hour a day, three days a week with an instructor and an additional one hour a day, three days a week at home.
The PACE program comes with a kit that includes tools and instructions for using and studying the program. One of the very first exercises taught my daughter to recite all the presidents in order from Washington to Bush. Amazing.