The ability to focus attention is important for succeeding in school, work, and daily life. Cogmed is an effective program for improving attention.
A professional coach tailors the program and guides the user through five weeks of cognitive exercises, accessed on a computer, tablet or phone. No pharmaceuticals are used.
Cogmed is designed by neuroscientists, with proven effect on attention and working memory. It has been validated in several large scale clinical trials and experiments, with findings published in more than 120 scientific articles.
Cogmed has already helped more than 200,000 people suffering from attention deficit, a key component of several conditions:
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Cogmed is an effective way to improve attention, where the training is carried out on the user’s own device. An allied healthcare professional tailors the program to the user, and coaches them through the process.
Is your practice treating people with cognitive issues related to attention and working memory? Then you can use Cogmed to help your clients gain substantial improvement in attention and cognitive capacity.
Being able to sustain focus and keep information in mind are two key factors of learning success. With Cogmed's digital training tools, you can offer students who suffer from attention deficit an effective intervention to help them better cope with the requirements of academic life.
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Cogmed is the world’s most proven digital therapeutic for improving working memory and attention.
The program’s ability to grow cognitive capacity has been demonstrated in several randomized controlled trials. The effects shown are measured using the same objective neuropsychological tests and clinical rating scales as used to diagnose e.g. ADHD.
The science behind Cogmed is published in more than 120 articles in peer reviewed scientific journals; including Nature Neuroscience, and Science.
Read more about this research, and how Cogmed is different from casual “brain training” apps.
Ph.D. specialized in treatment of ADHD
M.D. specialised in developmental problems