We are thrilled that The National Parenting Center recognized our values to help children improve their focus and attention while providing parents the tools they need to help their children succeed.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) December 10, 2012
Focus Education is proud to announce that their ifocus System has been awarded the Seal of Approval from The National Parenting Center.
The National Parenting Center’s Seal of Approval program is an independent testing procedure conducted to judge a variety of products introduced and marketed to the parent/child consumer market.
“We introduced The ifocus System with the goal of helping children reach their full learning potential in the classroom and at home,” said Michael Apstein, CEO of Focus Education. “By studying science, technology, nutrition and how children learn, we created this multi-faceted program for children to learn in a fun and interactive manner. We are thrilled that The National Parenting Center recognized our values to help children improve their focus and attention while providing parents the tools they need to help their children succeed.”
The ifocus System is a different approach to improving children’s attention, memory and focus. At the core of ifocus is Jungle Rangers, an interactive computer game that turns learning into a fun adventure. Researched and developed by a University Research and Application Pediatric Neuropsychologist, Jungle Rangers aids cognitive training and brain executive functioning.
For their design innovation and unique approach to learning, Focus Education’s ifocus System is highly regarded by parent testers across the nation. To recognize its ingenuity, The ifocus System was awarded the National Parenting Center Seal of Approval.
Made for children ages six to 12, The ifocus System provides exercises to flex a child’s fundamental learning abilities. Completing this innovative game is the supplemental material meant to help parents engage their children in a well-rounded way of life including behavioral and nutritional tips to support better academic performance.
For more information and to try The ifocus System, please visit http://www.focuseducation.com.
ifocus is a Scientifically Designed and Tested Attention Training Program for children ages six to 12 to help them reach their full learning and neurological potential in the classroom and at home. The ifocus System was created by Michael Apstein and John Able, who wanted to help children achieve their full potential.
Unlike any other system available to parents, ifocus is a different approach to improving children’s attention, memory and focus. It centers around activities kids already love and draws from science, technology, nutrition, and exercise to create a fun and interactive way for children to improve their focus and attention. At the core of ifocus is Jungle Rangers, an interactive computer game that turns learning into a game. Researched and developed by a University Research and Application Pediatric Neuropsychologist, Jungle Rangers addresses brain executive functioning through cognitive training.
ifocus is the fun and affordable scientific way to help children learn how to filter, focus, absorb and remember. It helps children clear distractions, improve memory, absorb more information, and develop higher levels of focus and attention. For more information about ifocus, please visit http://www.focuseducation.com.
About The National Parenting Center
The National Parenting Center was founded in July of 1989 with the intention of providing the most comprehensive and responsible parenting advice to parents everywhere. The advice provided is furnished by some of the world's most respected authorities in the field of child rearing and development.
The National Parenting Center has been authorized to dispense this valuable information, which has been provided by these experts, to as many parents as possible through whatever means possible. To that end, The National Parenting Center created and maintains interactive systems allowing parents to access the expert panel. Additionally, parents may obtain the advice of the experts through written transcripts, letters, brochures, newsletters, the Internet, etc.
The National Parenting Center's Seal of Approval program, created in 1990 as an adjunct to TNPC's support services, identifies the finest products and services being marketed to the parent/child audience. From educational and entertainment products and equipment to travel destinations, the consumer oriented testing process solicits evaluations from parents and their children. This award signifies to other parents that their peers have acknowledged a product's quality and desirability based on a wide variety of determining factors.
It is the sole intention of The National Parenting Center to advise, support and guide parents with sound, responsible advice.