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Do you or your child have a cognitive challenge caused by ADD, Age Related Cognitive Decline, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Brain Injury, Giftedness, or Spina Bifida?
The Feuerstein Method teaches the skill of learning how to learn. We offer tools and techniques to identify and enhance a person's learning potential. The MindCap team is trained in the Feuerstein Method and offers services and training locally as well as training internationally. All Feuerstein training offered by MindCAP is certified by the Feuerstein Institute...
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Individuals who are released from therapy following a brain injury are often told that where they are at in terms of recovery is as good as it will get. Nick is proof, though, that even 20 years post-injury people have reason to hope that things can improve.
“The Feuerstein Training from MindCAP is excellent because it has direct application to classroom use and can be integrated easily.”
- Ken Bugajski, University of St Francis, Fort Wayne, IN
“It was great to meet you and to be mediated, enriched, and empowered under your care. Now the time for retrospection and recapping and organizing the tools and notes has begun. I will often think of you... hey, you made me think!!! Basic 2 Trainee”
- Anthia Terwogt, The Netherlands
“This unique program will enhance and improve students' learning, thinking and analyzing skills. This optimistic approach to instruction focuses on what students may accomplish rather than the disability.”
- Nancy Hankee, University of St Francis, Fort Wayne, IN
“Knowing that I can drastically change a child's mind for the better using these instruments gives me, as a teacher, a tremendous responsibility.”
- Rachel Stratton, Lutheran South Unity School, Fort Wayne, IN