LearningRx Warren Marks Einstein’s Birthday

Warren, New Jersey March 13, 2014 – Friday, March 14, 2014 is the birthday of Albert Einstein and local brain training center LearningRx Warren is welcoming people of all ages to challenge their skills with a brain skills test! In honor of Albert Einstein, a man widely recognized as the greatest mind of the 20th century, LearningRx Warren is offering the first 25 people to contact the Center with a free copy of “Unlock the Einstein Inside”, a book about the power of brain training authored by Dr. Ken Gibson.


LearningRx Warren is also inviting the public to call or stop by the Center to enter a raffle for a free brain skills assessment (regularly $299, elsewhere $600-$1500 and up). The assessment is suitable for anyone 4.5 years and up and evaluates processing speed, attention, logic and reasoning, visual and auditory processing and memory. The testing pinpoints the root cause of difficulties and can help clients understand how their brains work and what steps to take to strengthen any deficient skills. The winner of the raffle will be notified on March 31, 2014.


Although Einstein possessed one of the greatest minds of our time, many expert believe he had a learning disability. Some say he showed signs of dyslexia, dysgraphia and Asperger’s Syndrome. Others argue that trying to diagnose Einstein after his death is misleading and distorts the historical accuracy of his brilliance. By his own accounts Einstein struggled with spelling, Greek, and memorizing facts by rote. He started speaking at a late age and was well known for his forgetfulness regarding trivial matters.


According to Marcia Douglas, Owner/Executive Director of LearningRx Warren, “Whether or not Einstein had a specific learning disability, I am confident that were he still alive today, even he would have benefited from brain training! Modern brain science proves that the brain is capable of changing and improving. We see evidence of that every day in our Center. People who go through LearningRx brain training see remarkable improvement in memory, attention, processing speed, and logic and reasoning. Basically, they get smarter!”

Douglas’ comments are echoed in the personal testimonials of the many clients who have come to the Warren brain training center since they opened in 2010.  One look at the testimonials binder in their lobby confirms that after brain training, clients ranging from age 4-83 are seeing the benefits of their training not just on post-test reports, but also in their lives. School aged clients and families routinely cite improvements in attention, memory, reading and math skills, overall grades, sports performance and confidence. Adult clients report equally significant improvements - - better memory, attention, organization and problem solving skills, improved work performance, greater facility with activities of daily living and even better driving skills!

To obtain a copy of Dr. Gibson’s book, Unlock The Einstein Inside: Applying New Brain Science to Wake Up the Smart In Your Child, or to learn more about the special brain skills assessment raffle, contact LearningRx Warren located at 34 Mountain Boulevard, Building C, Warren, New Jersey 07059. Anyone interested is welcome to call 908-22-BRAIN (908-222-7246), to e-mail warren.nj@learningrx.net or to visit the Center’s Web site at www.learningrx.com/warren.


About LearningRx
LearningRx specializes in treating the cause – not the symptoms – of learning struggles. The programs’ game-like exercises and one on one trainer-to-student ratios provide guaranteed dramatic improvement in as little as 12 to 24 weeks. With over 80 centers across the U.S., LearningRx brain training can help anyone – from 4 to 104 – increase the speed, power or function of their brain.



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