“The best thing about this program is that it is a very low stakes way to practice interacting in everyday ways with others.”
“As a teacher and parent, I believe the social cognition intervention at the Center for BrainHealth shows great promise."
"I have hope that this research will not only help me, but that it will help other people like me.”
|Daniel and MaryCaroline Lethe|
“It’s like I see the world in black and white and everyone else sees it in color,” 15-year-old Daniel said.
Carly McCullar participated in BrainHealth's social cognition research project to enhance her communication skills.
Strategic Memory Advanced Reasoning Training (SMART)
|Jerri Davis- Gray|
"SMART teaches the students to think differently and it also creates a community of young sophisticated thinkers."
"By the end of the SMART program, the students were better thinkers."
"It's about teachers changing their behavior, and in the end, the kids change the way they learn and become better students."
“After training, I was able to write more creatively and my grades got better."
A junior high teacher with more than 20 years experience, Steve Kocur participated in BrainHealth's SMART program.
A teacher for more than 36 years, Holly Walker participated in BrainHealth's SMART program for educators.
For Lucy Billingsley, the SMART program was both a philosophical and practical eye-opener about her ability to harness her brain
Knowing that your brain is working for you and not against you could be one of the biggest gifts of SMART. In a culture of overw
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
"I’m eternally grateful for the program and the researchers at the Center for BrainHealth for truly changing my life.”
"Not only did BrainHealth's SMART program help Jeremy in his academic life, but his social skills have improved a lot as well."
At 13, Dillon suffered a brain injury. BrainHealth research has helped him recover cognitive skills thought lost forever.
John Prigg was one of the top high school wrestlers in Texas when he suffered a severe head injury.
At 16, Jarrod suffered four concussions in one high school football game. His injuries took him out of school for