Case Study of BrainWare SAFARI in Adult Basic Education
Products Studied: BrainWare SAFARI
|Subjects||46-year-old female mother of three, working in a factory production line|
|Usage||25 sessions over 7 months, 30-45 minutes per session|
|Assessment||Cognitive Rating Scale|
Summary of Findings:
The subject experienced improvements across the board in her cognitive skills, based on her self-completed cognitive rating scale. The most substantial area of improvement was in core executive functions (working memory, inhibitory control, and cognitive flexibility), skills that are highly correlated with academic performance. The subject observed improvements in the rate of her reading (being able to see words faster), and her teacher noted gains in her ability to connect ideas in her writing.