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Singapore Brain Development Centre
“Changing Lives, Unleashing the fullest potential”
Cognitive abilities are the cornerstone to learning. They enable us to process information and build knowledge that we use in everyday work, life and play. At Singapore Brain Development Centre, we nurture capable lifelong learners through the development of cognitive abilities.
Because we understand how heart-wrenching it is to watch your child struggle, we want to help! Over the past 15 years, we have worked with over thousands of students and we know we can help you too. We develop individualised cognitive development plan that targets your child’s cognitive weaknesses.
Signs to look out for in your Child's Learning Journey
Does your Child Have
- Difficulty Focusing and Paying Attention in School?
- Trouble with Reading, Spelling, Writing and Math?
- Problems Understanding Words or Concepts?
- Speech Difficulty and Trouble Expressing his/her Thoughts?
- Clumsiness with Uncoordinated Movements and often tripping over him/herself?
- Difficulty Dealing with Changes in Schedule or Situations?
- Poor Memory and Forgetfulness?
- Problems with School Performance from Week to Week or Day to Day?
- Hard Time Listening and Following Instructions?
- Emotional Distress or Impulsiveness?
and many more…
Don't worry, because we're here to help!
THE BRAIN JOURNEY
Prior to the program, a pre-assessment will be conducted to
measure the strengths and weaknesses of your child’s cognitive skills.
Based on the assessment results, our consultant will recommend the appropriate program to enhance your child’s foundational learning skills. Training sessions are twice a week.
Activities at Home
Homework tasks are important learning tools that we incorporate into our training protocol to help your child maintain his or her cognitive skills and abilities.
Progress Reviews are provided with every session to help you understand the strengths and challenges of your child and focus on ways to support learning at school and at home.
CHANNEL 8 SPECIAL
Singapore Brain Development Centre is honoured to have been featured on the program “The Little Achievers 《小不点 大改造》” shown on Channel 8 (2018) with TV host Kate Pang.
Watch the full video below to find out what makes SBDC unique compared to other children educational programs.
Happy Children, Happy Parents: Testimonials
"The different approaches to study/memorization techniques were all helpful tools. James and I thoroughly enjoyed learning the presidents. The visual pictures for the different spelling codes are a great help. The timed drills helped speed up his processing and decreased the time he needed to sort different pieces of data."
"My daughter went from C's & D's on her spelling tests to A's & B's on almost every single test. Also she reads much quicker and understands more of what she reads. Angela's confidence level has gone up a lot. All of my daughter's grades have gone up. Also, it does not take her as long to do her homework. I would recommend this program to anyone whose child is struggling."
"Justin has improved greatly in his ability to understand new concepts. Before training, almost everything was frustrating for him to learn. He grasps things much faster now. Justin's reading has also improved. He is able to tackle most words by using the skills he learned. He is now reading above grade level, according to his reading teacher at school."
"It is important because if my child's brain is developed, it increases his brain capacity. Then he can tackle any subject in school. It is a worthwhile investment!"
"The trainer is very professional and patient, which I don't find in other places that I have enrolled my daughter. She has had a lot of good progress — she is able to talk better and respond better. Her self-esteem has greatly improved since coming to this programs!"
"I must congratulate SBDC for the well-designed module carried out by your capable trainers. When she first started the module, Chrislyn lacked confidence and would be filled with anxieties when facing new experiences. Under the patient guidance of your trainer, she overcame her fear when confronted with unfamiliar situations or tasks. From "I Cannot", she began to tell herself "I will try". The systematic award charts for the different activities also helped Chrislyn keep track of her own progress. Her confidence grew as she saw herself achieving the gold levels with time and practice. As a parent, I am impressed by your trainer’s creativity and adaptability when carrying out the training sessions. She conducted her training using interesting and effective manipulation that captured Chrislyn's attention. She was sensitive to Chrislyn's learning curve and motivation level at every step. Thus, she was able to adjust the level of difficulties and built successes along the way to encourage and help Chrislyn conquer her fear of failure."
Mr Elaina Chua
"My daughter has shown improvement in her Maths within 1 month of joining the programme in Brain training. I am very happy with the results. I like to thank the teachers for helping my daughter."
"We see great improvement in my child logical processing skills since he enrolled in SBDC training. He is able to absorb things much faster than before."
Mr and Mrs Loh, Son, Age: 7
Mr and Mrs Loh
"Ever since Rianne started the training sessions with Brain Kids, I see marked improvement in her reading skills. From barely managing a-few-word sentence half a year ago,she can now read story books of 20-30pages at one go. In addition to her improved reading skills, she is now much more confident and more assertive now. Therefore, the end result is that she is more vocal now and willing to voice out her opinion. I am glad that I made the decision to join Brain Kids."
Liew Yih Huey
"Very intensive brain training program. No other such program in the market. Progress is measured every lesson against pre-set criteria. Pre-assessment very accurately pinpoint problem areas. Improvement in speed is very visible. Impossible/difficult brain training test becomes achievable with consistent practise."
Ms Celia Ng