SF Company Pushes Growth In 'Brain Fi...

SF Company Pushes Growth In 'Brain Fitness' Industry

There are 2 comments on the NBC 11 San Francisco Bay Area story from Mar 14, 2008, titled SF Company Pushes Growth In 'Brain Fitness' Industry. In it, NBC 11 San Francisco Bay Area reports that:

Many people are already familiar with fitness for the body, but a Bay Area company is working on what they call the next step -- brain fitness.

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B_Rhodes

Miami Beach, FL

#1 Apr 5, 2008
This is an interesting topic. It is also worth noting that there are other companies, such as SpecialtyAutomated, that are providing brain fitness tools that are completely online and, therefore, green. No software is involved. For example, the Automatic Cock Drawing Tests are available in standard and military formats to serve people of all ages and veterans as well. In addition, there are the Online Trail Making Tests that are useful for not only computerized cognitive test evaluations, in real time and on multiple computers, but also for memory improvement. These scientifically proven web-based tests also are ideal assistive technology tools that serve the disabled, those with special needs, and speakers of other languages.
B_Rhodes

Miami Beach, FL

#2 Apr 5, 2008
The Automatic Clock Drawing Tests are available in standard and military formats to serve people of all ages and veterans.

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