Learning to Learn

We are dedicated to enabling cognitive and non-cognitive learning.

We are all born with an ability to learn, but as we grow, our learning opportunities change.  We generally focus on learning intellectually, rather than learning different skills – you only learn to ride a bike once, but you can learn new information every day.

Learning JBE is bringing together the latest understandings from neuroscience to provide simple, easy solutions to make any learning (and re-learning) possible for all.  Our patented visual feedback/feedforward approach is effective and non-invasive.

As specialists in non-cognitive learning, we can apply our approach to the restoration of physical sensations and movements.  We can work with individuals to reduce the pain, swelling and stiffness of arthritis.  We can restore sensation and movement post stroke or brain injury.   We can reduce tremors and enable natural movements in Parkinson’s.

The application of our approach is uniquely applied depending on your individual situation.

We also use mindfulness and relaxation techniques to help you to reduce stress and tension from your body and mind.

How long the process takes varies case by case.  For example, consider how long would it take you to become fluent in Russian?  Firstly, do you even want to learn Russian?  Secondly, how quickly would you like to learn Russian?

We work with you, at a pace that suits, to enable your learning.

We also work with children and adults to help them improve their handwriting and literacy skills.

Click on Neurothalamology or Handwriting JBE for more information on our work, or contact us via our Contact Us page.

If you are interested in understanding more about how our brains work then check out BBC Radio 4 Uncommon Senses, presented by Professor Barry Smith, or have a look the clips on The Brain with David Eagleman (BBC iplayer)  or buy the DVD or book.
Also, take a look at Norman Doidge’s The Brain’s Way of Healing.  We’re too new to be mentioned in any of them – but one day?!

 

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