LearningRX offers brain training and strengthening for all ages

Anyone between the ages of 5 and 95 can benefit from bolstering their cognitive learning skills, according to Robyn Chancellor, the owner and director of LearningRX in Chandler. (Alexa D'Angelo/Community Impact Newspaper)
Anyone between the ages of 5 and 95 can benefit from bolstering their cognitive learning skills, according to Robyn Chancellor, the owner and director of LearningRX in Chandler. (Alexa D'Angelo/Community Impact Newspaper)

Anyone between the ages of 5 and 95 can benefit from bolstering their cognitive learning skills, according to Robyn Chancellor, the owner and director of LearningRX in Chandler. (Alexa D'Angelo/Community Impact Newspaper)

Anyone between the ages of 5 and 95 can benefit from bolstering their cognitive learning skills, according to Robyn Chancellor, the owner and director of LearningRX in Chandler. People from any background and learning ability can benefit from strengthening those skills, she said.

LearningRX is a brain training center for children and adults, and Chancellor can attest that the programs at the center really work.

Both her children went through programs at LearningRX before Chancellor bought the business four years ago and became the owner and director.

“It was a day-and-night difference,” she said. “It was a complete transformation in my son. And that is typical of our program; people see that day-and-night difference. It changes what some people think they can do with their lives.”

The learning center focuses on strengthening cognitive skills including attention, auditory processing, logic and reasoning, processing speed, visual processing, long-term memory and working memory. The first step, Chancellor said, is to take an assessment.


The assessment gauges where clients are starting from, and then LearningRX sets them up with a brain training program to help bolster the skills they may be lacking.

“We can work with anyone between the ages of 5 and 95,” Chancellor said. “We also see people who have had a traumatic brain injury and lost some of their cognitive function. With brain training, they can get some of that function back.”

Chancellor said the programming can help anyone at any level, but can be particularly useful for people with attention issues, reading problems, autism, traumatic brain injuries and learning disabilities.

“We are often someone’s last resort,” Chancellor said. “For kids, they have likely already tried tutoring, and it just isn’t working. They can come to us pretty defeated. That’s why we are here. We are helping people to be who God has designed them to be.”