Cognitive Training Delivery

Cognitive Training Delivery

Increasingly Challenging

Varied Activities to
      Repeatedly Target
      Specific Skills

Adaptive to Client Needs
      and Situation

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TransformED’s cognitive training delivery utilizes a variety of commercially-available and proprietary games and procedures to target one or more cognitive skills. Tasks are

designed to present a challenge to an individual’s current skill level in a fun way and allow for immediate positive reinforcement or other trainer feedback. As the targeted skill develops, the training task requirements can be intensified, and the activity can be combined with other tasks. The training participant gives the required procedure outputs per the trainer’s instructions. Outputs are frequently varied between verbal responses, written responses, physical responses, or a combination thereof.

TransformED’s cognitive training delivery utilizes a variety of commercially-available and proprietary games and procedures to target one or more cognitive skills. Tasks are designed to present a challenge to an individual’s current skill level in a fun way and allow for immediate positive reinforcement or other trainer feedback. As the targeted skill develops, the training task requirements can be intensified, and the activity can be combined with other tasks. The training participant gives the required procedure outputs per the trainer’s instructions. Outputs are frequently varied between verbal responses, written responses, physical responses, or a combination thereof.

Targeting the Skills

Working memory is our system for temporarily storing and managing information required to carry out complex cognitive tasks such as learning, reasoning, and comprehension. It is also responsible for information-processing functions such as encoding, storing, and retrieving data.

One way to train working memory is to do mental calculations: Turn over a playing card. The trainee adds a number (i.e. 5) to the number on the card and says the answer aloud. At the same time, the trainee reaches across his or her body and touches their left knee with their right hand if the card is red or their right knee with their left hand if the card is black.

Attention – our attention system is made up of selective, sustained and divided attention which all have to do with being able to focus appropriately.

Amidst deliberate distractions and at a fixed pace, the trainee keeps working on a task, such as circling all of the round shapes.


Processing Speed is the rate at which we handle information and do something with it.

While being timed for one minute, the trainee holds three cards in his or her hand and lays down matches as he or she calls out the matching characteristic in general or specific terms.  Or the trainee sorts the BLINK card deck by a characteristic such as number, color, or shape.

Long Term Memory is our system for permanently storing, managing, and retrieving information for later use.

At the beginning of a session, the trainee rolls the Story Cubes and creates a story. At the end of the session, the trainee puts the cubes in the correct order and retells the story.

Reasoning is the ability to reason, form concepts, and solve problems using unfamiliar information or novel activities.

The trainee solves the logic puzzle while verbalizing the process and inferences from the clues. A challenge level involves being timed and having the clues read aloud once prior to solving the puzzle.