The Breakthrough Fusion of Educational and Medical Technology
The Empowered Learning™ Program is a proprietary fusion of educational and medical technologies that works below the level of content learning to measure, then fix underdeveloped abilities by changing brain and mind/body integration. These abilities determine a person’s ability to learn content, as well as how much energy he or she uses to learn that content. Additionally, the Empowered Learning™ Program improves physical performance in the areas of balance and coordination, which can often improve athletic performance.
Research and developments in neurology over the last 30 years have shown that the brain is not static and can be rewired (neuroplasticity). This validates the ELTC approach to effectively "rewiring” the brain by increasing and strengthening the neural pathways that affect an individual’s ability to learn.
From transitioning over 700 students dealing with learning difficulties and labels like “ADHD” off powerful medications to enabling good students to cut their homework time by as much as two-thirds to providing relief to adult professionals straining to keep up with heavy workloads, the Empowered Learning™ Program provides peak-performance seekers of every stripe the means to achieve their potential.
Documented studies reveal that the current generation of students in the U.S. is substantially less educated than previous generations. SAT scores in critical reading are lower than they have been in 50 years, according to the College Board, and math and writing scores are also trending downward.
Simultaneously, our educational systems are experiencing costly and exponential increases in behavior-related issues, depression, and other psychological conditions as diagnoses of ASD, ADHD, learning disabilities, and other issues in our children and the adult population are becoming epidemic.
Educational funding is being slashed, leaving overburdened teachers, many in failing school systems, with even fewer resources to deal with this overwhelming problem. So parents turn to their pediatricians. They seek the advice of mental health professionals. Their children are classified as special needs and put into special education classes. In fact, parents and school districts are spending tens of billions of dollars to address the overwhelming demand that has been placed upon them – and failing miserably.
Children are not alone in the struggle to learn effectively. Many adults are returning to school or retooling for a new career and must revisit their own learning issues. They, too, are looking for help. Current research shows that the number of adults being treated for ADD and ADHD has skyrocketed over the past 10 years.