It can be frustrating and even scary to come to grips with the fact that you or your loved one is struggling.
Maybe you’re having a hard time keeping up at work. At times you just can’t meet the expectations. Maybe it takes you 50 hours to accomplish something others can accomplish in just 40 hours.
Maybe you notice yourself becoming more forgetful at certain times and have difficulty remembering the instructions the boss gave you a work.
Or maybe you want to return to the workforce after some time away, but you fear that the modern, fast-paced workplace might be too challenging.
Many adults have spent their lives managing an undiagnosed learning disability or underdeveloped cognitive skills. Whether you have a learning disability or simply have cognitive skills that are not quite functioning where they could be, there is help.
Watching a loved one try to cope with these types of challenges (or dealing with them personally) can be a long and frustrating journey. You see them putting in such enormous effort, and you so badly want to help them navigate through this adversity, but you’re not quite sure what to do.
Maybe you’ve reached out to someone for professional help, but whatever progress you made was only surface level and temporary – so in the long run, the difficulties still persisted.
Deep down you fear that these learning challenges will hold you back from achieving your goals in life.
Trying unsuccessfully to navigate through a learning disability can make you feel inadequate, helpless, and frustrated… as if you’re all alone and there’s no relief in sight.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
So if you’ve been struggling to find a solution to learning challenges, there is some very exciting news for you from Breakthroughs founder, Pauline Turton.
In her extensive research, Pauline, a teacher, psychiatric nurse, and counsellor who specializes in helping people overcome learning disabilities found that –
The brain can be trained, just like a muscle.
Pauline began her research at a point of desperation when her son Michael was diagnosed with several learning disabilities. When he was nine years old, two specialists said that Michael would never be able to read, write or hold a job.
Determined to find a solution, Pauline sought for ways to develop brain skills including short term memory, comprehension and more.
Through answers to her prayers, seven years of research and collaborating with multiple experts, Pauline discovered how to target and develop her sons’ brain skills.
The results were astounding!
Michael started showing measurable improvement in his academic performance. The increase in physical, mental, and emotional stability was significant.
Michael went from feeling helpless, frustrated, and angry – to developing the physical, mental, social, and emotional skills necessary to be a tremendously successful adult.
Just imagine how it would feel to see your loved one enjoying that kind of breakthrough and achieving that kind of success after struggling so hard for so long.
When Pauline realized the brain can be retrained at any age, she began helping her clients overcome all kinds of different learning disabilities and challenges by creating Individualized Brain Development Programs for each person. Rather than forcing the client to fit into a mold she molded the program to fit the client.
After working out of a home office for several years Pauline founded Breakthroughs, an unparalleled training program and support system that helps people overcome learning challenges, and make long-term positive change in their lives.
Of course, every person has their own unique set of abilities and challenges. That’s why the Breakthroughs team of learning disability experts works one-on-one with each individual client to design an individualized brain development program specifically for them.
“At Breakthroughs, we’re very excited to have the opportunity to impact the lives of our clients. The key to our outstanding results is that we approach cognitive abilities from an entirely different angle than most traditional therapists and psychologists.
One of the problems with traditional therapeutic solutions is that, while they may affect change, often the change is only temporary.
Here at Breakthroughs, our goal is to affect lasting positive change by dealing with the root cause of under-developed cognitive abilities, and not by avoiding or compensating for them. In fact, we’ve been making a difference in the lives of children and adults through our unique customized approach for nearly 20 years.”
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We have seen great changes in our son’s academics and behaviour beyond regular maturity. The special education and classroom teachers have both said they have never seen any student advance so much in such a short time. He started off two grades behind his classmates and after 18 months he was caught up. Next year he will no longer be in a modified program for reading and writing at school. Thanks Breakthroughs.Denise Coffey Mother of Paul (age 9)
Before coming to Breakthroughs, I was struggling to remember even the simplest things. I felt like my brain processed information very slowly and could not retain even small amounts of information. After several months of therapy, my memory has improved greatly. I am able to retain more information and have an easier time remembering things. As my therapy continues, my memory continues to improve.Zain Fazal Customer Service Representative