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Non-Digital Neuroplastic Training: How It Can Improve Cognition

In 2007 the US Marines contracted John Kennedy to develop a non-digital neuroplastic training program to improve all warfighting skills in order to reduce casualties in combat. By physically changing the brain in areas critical to focus and accelerating cognition all areas of performance are improved. Not only have military personnel seen improvement through Combat Brain Training but athletes, business people, students and people with disabilities have as well.

AbilityLinks partner ITKAN is engaged with John to apply his model and exercises related to neuroplasticity to the disability community, and we are very excited to have him present to our membership. Join us in an introduction to this unique neuro-training at the ITKAN meeting being hosted by Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital on November 9th!

About the Presenter 
John Kennedy, President and Primary Neuroplastician, is a pioneer in the field of Targeted Neuroplastic Training (TNT). After 20 years developing innovative outside the box solutions for businesses in diverse industries he was contracted by the US Marines in 2006 to develop a program to reduce casualties in combat primarily from IED’s (Improvised Explosive Devices) by improving focus and intuition (“sixth sense”) and accelerating executive function under stress.

When
November 9, 2017
5:00 - 5:30 p.m., networking
5:30 - 7:00 p.m., program

Where
Marianjoy Rehabilitation Hospital
26W171 Roosevelt Road
Wheaton, IL  60187
Building 2, Conference Room 1

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