Processing and Cognitive Enhancement (PACE)

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Processing and Cognitive Enhancement (PACE) was developed by Dr Ken Gibson, specialist in pediatric visual processing, and his brother, Keith Gibson, PhD, clinical psychologist, after they observed that some patients seemed to focus better and recall important facts more easily after short but intense periods of training.

People enroll in the PACE program in order to:

  • Sharpen skills to reach career or educational goals
  • Restore skills diminished by normal aging
  • Aid in recovery from dyslexia and ADD
  • Address problems areas that are impediments to success
  • Improve skills for personal satisfaction and self-esteem
  • Recover functions lost as a result of illness or impairment

The developers created a series of exercises designed to rapidly improve concentration and recall abilities. After ten years of review and development, results showed that students were being helped who had attention deficit disorder (ADD), dyslexia, memory deficits and other learning disabilities. PACE appeared to improve the brain’s overall processing ability, doing for mental abilities what exercise does for the body.

Source: Eleanor Alden, LCSW

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