Programs

Presently we have three comprehensive developmental programs available that are designed for children ages 5 – 12. The programs are to be used as starting points, so the students do not start out with exercises that are too difficult or exercises that are too easy. You want the exercises to be challenging but not too difficult, so they don’t get too frustrated. If they are not challenging enough, they will not much benefit from the program. Once a student completes a program, they will be ready for the next more difficult program no matter what the age.

Starting Points
We suggest all children ages 5 – 7 start with the Pre-LAUNCH Program.
We suggest most children ages 8 and up start with the LAUNCH Program 1.

Our programs are based on proven developmental concepts. The exercises strengthen what we call the “Foundational Processing Systems”. These are the information processing systems that form the foundation for physical coordination and self-regulation, attention and concentration, listening and reading comprehension, learning and everyday life performance.

What makes the Brain Launch programs unique? 

Our programs accomplish ALL the following:

      • Programs were designed to be so user friendly they do not require any training to deliver.
      • Only programs develop information processing systems from the ground up (lower level basic processing systems to higher level, more complex processing systems).
      • Exercises develop the Foundational Processing Systems in a face-to-face, one-on-one manner, not on a screen.
      • Programs are fun (most children enjoy the challenge)

The BRAIN LAUNCH Processing Programs take a commitment from parents and the student, but it may be the most important commitment and gift you ever give your child. A gift that will help assure your child gets off to their best start in the early years and will benefit them the rest of their life.

The programs are not just for children who are struggling in school. Strengthening the foundational processing systems will improve a child’s performance in all areas of life, even if they are advanced for their age.

 


Pre-LAUNCH Program

The Pre-LAUNCH Program is designed to strengthen the lower foundational processing systems.
There are 6 sections (104 Exercises) in the Pre-LAUNCH Program.

We suggest all children ages 5 – 7 start with the Pre-LAUNCH Program.
We recommend that all children that start with the Pre-LAUNCH Program also complete Programs 1 & 2

All exercises strengthen Attention, Concentration and Listening Comprehension


LAUNCH Program 1

LAUNCH Program 1 is designed to strengthen the lower and mid-level foundational processing systems. There are 9 sections (169 Exercises) in the LAUNCH Program 1.

Following is a list of the lower level foundational information processing systems that are strengthened in the LAUNCH Program 1:

Phase 1
Sensory Motor Systems:
Gross Motor Development
Ocular Motor Development
Fine Motor Development
Physical Self-Regulation Development

Phase 2
Spatial Awareness Systems:
Laterality Development
Directionality Development
Spatial Recall Development

Phase 3
Perceptual Processing Systems:
Visual Processing Development
Auditory Processing Development

We suggest most children ages 8 and up start with the LAUNCH Program 1.

We recommend that all children that start with the Program also complete LAUNCH Program 2.

All exercises strengthen Real-World Attention, Concentration and Listening Comprehension

 


LAUNCH Program 2

All children that completed LAUNCH Program 1 should be ready take on the challenge of LAUNCH Program 2.

LAUNCH Program 2 strengthens all the foundational processing systems and is much more challenging than LAUNCH Program 1. There are 16 sections (304 Exercises) in the LAUNCH Program 2.

Following is a list of the Foundational Processing Systemsthat are strengthened in LAUNCH Program 2:

Phase 1
Sensory Motor Systems:
Gross Motor Development
Ocular Motor Development
Fine Motor Development
Physical Self-Regulation Development

Phase 2
Spatial Awareness Systems:
Laterality Development
Directionality Development
Spatial Recall Development

Phase 3
Perceptual Processing Systems:
Visual Processing Development
Auditory Processing Development
Visual-Auditory Integration Development

Phase 4
Higher Order Processing Systems:
Working Memory Development
Divided Attention Development
Visualization Development

Phase 5
Selective Attention Systems:
Visual Selective Attention Development
Auditory Selective Attention Development
Sustained Attention Development

All exercises strengthen Real-World Attention, Concentration and Listening Comprehension