Coll enjoyed Jungle memory and has been reading more challenging books since [finishing]. His teacher at school informed me that there has been an improvement in Coll’s word recognition and spelling and that he had a score of 7.5 compared to  last year.
- Paula, Mother of child with Dyslexia
In many cases we also saw improvements in reading, math and writing and increased academic persistence and focus in the classroom. One student had not improved in his reading levels for over a year and a half and was able to progress 3 levels after training. Other students made considerable progress in all the games and consistently showed global improvement in the classroom.
- Eleni, Teacher, Canada
We have noticed some positive benefits from the program. Firstly, when helping [our son] spell words, he can now absorb the letters in syllables or groups of 4-5 letters, wheras previously we would have to spell a word letter by letter. There also appears to be an improvement in his reading.
- David, Father of child with ASD
I have seen a difference in [the students'] ability to work. [One student] would never do anything for herself and now after completing the program, she has started doing things on her own. There is a major change in [another], it is easier for her to learn and her confidence has gone up hugely.
- Debby, Teacher, New York
Codebreaker is really hard because you have to remember so much, but I think it is helping me. Quicksand has helped me to read faster.
- Joseph, Student, UK
One of our pupils who had previously been tested as having a short term working memory of 77 Standardised Score was recently reassessed, having completed your programme twice, and his SS is now 104!
- Fay, SENCO, UK
Quicksand has improved my focus, especially on information I read or get quickly. My maths have also improved with River Crossing.
- Lauren, Student
It was good to get voluntary feedback from a class teacher yesterday. She said that she noticed a huge difference in one of the boys – much more focused in class and remembering what she had said several days before!
- Irene, Head of Learning Support, Scotland
I am thrilled at Jasmine’s meteoric improvements and can only attribute them to Jungle Memory. Jasmine continues to go from strength to strength with her memory skills. She received a memory certificate in school last week, which I thought would make you smile. She's certainly never received any kind of accolade for her memory skills before!
- Emma, Mother and Teacher
My son‘s class teacher found significant improvement in his concentration and work rate . . . . Another bonus was the fact that he was reasonably well motivated by it, and never refused to complete his tasks.
- Martha, Mother of child with ASD
It's improved my memory. I am definitely remembering more than I used to.
- Zach, 12 years old
Students who did commit to the program have shown positive training results and increased general self confidence for learning.
- Stephen, School Psychologist, Australia
I have seen a difference in [the students'] ability to work. [One student] would never do anything for herself and now after completing the program, she has started doing things on her own. There is a major change in [another], it is easier for her to learn and her confidence has gone up hugely.One of the pupils has a weekly individual lesson with me, and having completed the programme, there is certainly evidence of improved working memory!
- Anna, Learning Support Teacher, UK
I am very happy that my daughter followed [Jungle Memory] for 8 weeks. She really enjoyed the programme. Her working memory, IQ and processing information have been shown great improvements.
- Lucy, Mother of child with ASD
I assessed a 13 year old boy with a 7% in auditory memory and after the summer on Jungle Memory, his score is up to 70%! The parents are very grateful.
- Evelyn, Academic Counselor
River crossing helped me to improve my maths and Quicksand helped me to read faster.
- Rui Siong, Student
Following the success of Jungle Memory with our students, we are registering our students again this academic year.
- Jan, Teacher