Welcome To The BrainBeat Family
COACH YOUR CHILD TO SUCCESS
We understand that as a parent, you may not quite understand what BrainBeat’s scoring system is measuring and how this translates into the real-world. You just see your child your child is clapping away on BrainBeat. Sure, the research shows it works, but how?
That’s why we created two email series that will be sent to the main email address linked to your account.
Please add firstname.lastname@example.org to your safe senders list.
The emails you will receive are:
Overview of the Program (4 emails total)
These emails will give you a birds-eye view of what to expect in the BrainBeat Worlds.
Here is a quick peak at the dashboard, which will be explained in detail as part of the Coaching email series.
Parent Coaching Series (15 emails total)
- These emails will give you an overview of what happened after each world has been completed and what the next world will be covering.
- Show you how to view your child’s progress in the dashboard.
Educate you on what is happening in your child’s brain as he trains on BrainBeat and how that translates into functional gains, such as attention and concentration, organization, processing speed, behavioral control and more.
- Provide you coaching tips before the next training session to encourage compliance, and reward your child for all his hard work.
AN OVERVIEW OF THE BRAINBEAT TRAINING
The BrainBeat core training program consists of 14 individual training worlds (or days), each taking 20 minutes (except World One, which runs 30 minutes as a tutorial world).
We highly recommend your child begins training at a time when they (and you, in support) can complete the first two worlds on consecutive days (ideally, a user would complete the first three worlds in three straight days, but two is sufficient).
The goal for completing the BrainBeat training program is 4 weeks, so we recommend a user complete a minimum of 3 worlds per week. After the initial training, completing a world every other day is an ambitious but very achievable goal.
“Can my child complete the training faster?” Absolutely. No one has ever completed BrainBeat training too fast.