Singapore Learning Mind brings you success stories! Here are some of our success stories:
Case 1: Glenda, Mother of 2 children:
Glenda’s child is in the normal stream school and he had low confidence in his answers and knowledge. He had problems withfocusing in class and private tuition most of the time. Often, his mind will just wonder off thinking anything but the class and books in front of him. This eventually leads to poor academic results.
Personal Mind Training has not only helped him to gain confidence in his knowledge to answering questions, he also became competent in his Science, and had improved drastically. We have successfully help her child to improve his cognitive abilities with better working memory. Now he is more focus in his studies.
Case 2: Cherina, Mother of 3 children:
Cherina’s child was diagnosed with mild ADHD at KKH. He had anger management issues and he was not able to control his emotions with sudden outburst. He will even fight back to people around him (physically or verbally).
He is in better condition with improved control of his emotions. He has toned down and willing to listen what others have to say. He is also in a better relationship with his family members as well.
Case 3: Shirley, Mother of 3 children:
Shirley’s child who isin Primary 3, hated English language due to an incident that had happened to her during her Kindergarten days. The moment she needs to learn English words or get in touch with English language, she will starts to show her anger and throw her temper. Socially, she tends to shy away from people due to her low self-confidence.
Her overall academics subjects has improved. Now, she starts to read more English story books and is willing to open up and talk to others. Instead of throwing temper, she has also learnt to be more patient e.g. willing to wait for others.
Case 4: Taylor, Mother of 1 child:
Taylor’s child was diagnosed with autism at KKH and he is a high function child who is studying in special needs school. He has both communicating and comprehension problems. He will often meltdown by lying down on the floor and refuse to do anything.
He has improved on his communication skills. Socially, his behavior of talking to himself has reduced drastically whenever he is outside going or coming back home alone. He has also improved on simple mathematics such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.