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“This is probably the most effective and affordable solution for moms with a child diagnosed with ADHD!”    
— Sharon K,
We can’t thank you enough for everything that you have done. We have all noticed a vast improvement in Addison. Her confidence is up, her comprehension is up and her handwriting has improved. I do plan to keep up with the exercises on the weekends to keep Addison sharp and to help her keep improving. It has been so nice for Addison to not have to take any ADD medicine. I would definitely recommend the Pheno brain exercises”.
— Stephanie A
“Ben is now earning all A’s and B’s in school, is completing all classwork IN class, is completing most homework assignments in class, and best of all, he is retaining the information and able to recall. On top of that, his social skills have greatly improved as well as his physical abilities.”
— Anita W
Isaac has improved so much in focus/attention, coordination and writing. I love that the program not only gave my son much needed skills, but also strategies to help deal with the big emotions that come with years of not being able to do what the other kids find easy.”
— Libby D
For the first time in 6 years, we have 1-3 free hours after school instead of having to complete classwork, homework, and additional reading, math and spelling to get him caught up to grade level. Now he brings a friend or 2 over after school to play and/or study together. And . . . he now can recall his day, what he needs to do for the next day, plans his following day, and remembers other kids names for the first time!! Thank you again for everything you have taught him - Pheno is the best thing that ever happened for him, and our family! -
— Anita

 

Blog Talk Radio Interview

Hosts Patrick Shore and Jodi Livengood will introduce you to George Hersh, the man behind Pheno Brain Training, LLC.   Hersh, a successful entrepreneur who has started a number of businesses didn't always find the journey easy, struggling throughout school with reading, spelling and writing.  It wasn't until he turned 30 that he would be diagnosed with dyslexia.  He has overcame the disorder