Transforming lives through cognitive enhancement
A world in which learning challenges do not limit a person’s potential, and all people, whether young or old, can change their cognitive capacities.
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COGNITIVE INTENSIVE PROGRAM (CIP)
Starts June 21st
EMCC IS NOW OFFERING AT-HOME / ONLINE PROGRAMS TO CURRENT AND NEW STUDENTS!
Students who are unable to attend our center in Lugano have the option of choosing our At-Home Program. This model allows participants of all ages to work from home with a trained facilitator on a program designed to increase learning capacity.
WHAT WE DO
Getting to the Root of the Problem
The work we do at EMCC revolves around changing cognitive abilities which impact every aspect of an individual’s life: attention, memory, motor skills, language and speech, visual and spatial processing, perception, and executive functioning. By strengthening underlying weaknesses, our students find far-reaching benefits across many areas of their daily lives.
WHO WE HELP
Making a Difference
EMCC is driven by a single goal: to do our part to making the world a better place for all. Whether you or your child struggle with learning difficulties, or you are interested in enhancing your cognitive capacities, we are here to help make that happen.
ABOUT ARROWSMITH & BARBARA ARROWSMITH-YOUNG
‘Just as our brains shapes us, you too can shape your brain.’
Barbara Arrowsmith-Young, Arrowsmith Program Founder and Director
The premise of the Arrowsmith Program is that weaker cognitive functions can be strengthened through targeted cognitive exercises resulting in increased mental capacities and strengthened learning abilities. The Arrowsmith Program is based on the application of neuroscientific research and has helped children and adults for 40 years. The goal is to help students become effective, confident, and self-directed learners.
“Every man can, if he so desires, become the sculptor of his own brain”
Santiago Ramon y Cajal (1852-1934),
Neuroscientist and Nobel Laureate