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Cognitive Achievement Center

Listing Last Update: August 4, 2017


608 Washington Street
Canton, MO 63435

Primary Contact

Scott and Nellie Robertson

(248) 820-9905

Educational services

  • To read and write better
  • To help my child learn
  • To learn English
  • To improve my math skills
  • To improve my technology skills

Instruction Type

  • Classroom

Program Overview

Our internationally recognized cognitive training and learning programs are designed to develop:

  • Attention
  • Auditory Processing
  • Comprehension
  • Logic & Reasoning
  • Memory
  • Planning
  • Processing Speed
  • Visual Processing

At the Indigo Oak house, small group learning opportunities help kids and adults with language arts, math, reading, computer literacy, financial literacy and arts. Please visit our website for more information.

Mission Statement

We want to help bring peace to every dinner table in our community: we build on and develop resilience, awareness and purpose, and our ultimate goal is to offer programs that help solve whatever it is that's eating you up while you should be enjoying your dinner.

Hours of operation: M-F 9-5, S 9-12 or by appointment, Sundays closed

Cost info: Our cognitive training programs are individualized and the cost of these programs depend on individual needs. Pricing for small group classes is determined based on market research comparing our programs with similar ones in bigger cities, accounting for the difference in average family income.

Student and Volunteer Success Stories

"I am able to pay attention and stay focused… Thank you! I was having a difficult time concentrating and staying focused on tasks. Just a couple weeks after starting my training, I saw improvements in my daily activities. I am able now to remember things I need to do or grocery lists. The most significant improvement is my attention. Before brain training, I had a hard time paying attention in class and reading required materials. Now I am able to read and actually comprehend what I read the first time. I am also able to sit through a three-hour class and pay attention and stay focused the entire time. Thank you so much!"

"I feel like I can achieve my goals on my own. The program has helped me in many ways. Two of them are in the areas of academics and athletics. Before I took the program, I would become confused with my assignments in football plays. After I took the program, I knew not only my responsibilities, but those of my teammates as well. In the area of academics, now I am getting mostly A's. My confidence has shot up. I feel more independent in my studies. For me, I feel like I can achieve my goals on my own. Before, my goals were achieved with someone holding my hand. Now I am a more independent person, and I like that."

"We couldn't picture a life for our daughter in which she couldn't read. Now, we don't have to. Our daughter's struggles began in kindergarten. By third grade, testing revealed that she suffered from dyslexia. Simply having a diagnosis, however, didn't help. In spite of tutoring, her frustration with reading increasingly eroded her self-esteem and kept her from participating in class. [...After the program,] our daughter's reading confidence increased. Choppiness smoothed out. For the first time she began to sound like a natural reader. Now, after three quarters in middle school, our daughter has gotten all A's with only two B's. We are absolutely thrilled and amazed."

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