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Introduction: Brighter Path provides technology-based brain fitness training, academic therapy, and job skills training. We also have seminars and special events for adults and kids. Right now we are enrolling for our summer program for kids with special needs. Contact us for more details.
3 years in business
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License Type: Teacher / Educator (AZ)
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Our brain fitness program membership is only $199 for the first month and $89 per month thereafter. Our individual session rate is $50 per hour. Many of our special events and seminars are only $10 and free to our members. ESA funds may be used for our services.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?New clients can make an appointment for a free consultation session. During the initial appointment, we will determine together a plan to help you reach your goals. The new client form from our website helps us to know better how to create your personalized plan.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Sue Hegg has over 30 years of experience in education as a classroom teacher, special needs academic therapist, consultant, speaker, and homeschool mom. Sue has completed the coursework for a Ph.D. program in Integrating Technology, Learning, and Psychology and is working on her dissertation. She has a M.S. in General Psychology, a M.Ed. in Special Education and a B.A. in Elementary Education and Speech-Communication. Sue specializes in working with unique learners, young and old, who have dyslexia, dyscalculia, ADHD, emotional barriers to learning, or have never been diagnosed but want to be stronger learners. Donald Strain worked in the semiconductor industry for 17 years, operating and training others to operate ion implanters. Don also has extensive experience in digital design and graphics. Working with people from diverse cultural backgrounds and with varied technical knowledge, Don found that even those who struggled could be trained to solve complex technical problems with patience, encouragement and repetition. Don knows that not all learners fit the box of a regular school setting and that cognitive skills training with technology can train the brain to process more, process faster, and improve memory.