NeuroNet PreK Program

NeuroNet PreK Program

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  • Intended for children ages 4 to 6 years.
  • This program is for families with an accredited NeuroNet provider.
  • Purchase includes access to the software for one year. Please note the PreK program does not use workbooks.


The PreK Program will benefit children who have emerging skills but lack fluency in those skills. It provides structured practice to develop the learning sequence of “watch and listen, then think and do." It requires more sustained, self-directed attention than the Early Learning Program. It develops sustained attention, auditory memory, visualization (visual/verbal integration), math readiness, alphabet knowledge, and handwriting readiness. This program will benefit children who are learning English as a second language. It can also be used as a remediation program for older autistic or developmentally delayed children who lack sustained attention, verbal skills, whole body coordination, and coordination of speech and movement.

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Mary F.
United States United States

Dynamic Program

I'm a pediatric occupational therapist with over 25 years of experience who is SI certified and Neuronet has been the best treatment modality to come along in several years. When I first trained and worked with the program my initial thoughts were.....This is what OT is all about. The program addresses timing, rhythm, focus, coordination, balance, following of directions, bilateral integration, sequencing, motor planning, and the list goes on. I work with a wide range of diagnoses and it is beneficial for all..... I use it daily in the clinical setting and some families use it as a home program. Either way it is beneficial for children that have a formal diagnosis as well as children without one. Plain and simple, I love this program because it is easy to administer and useful for all children.

Miriam p.
United States United States


Neuronet has been an amazing addition to our special needs children! The program is exciting, motivating and the kids are really enjoying it! Most importantly we're seeing progress in following directions at increased speeds. As an occupational therapist I particularly appreciate the combination of the brain with the body combination in meeting goals. I strongly believe this product should be made available to all children!

United States United States

Great program

I have been involved with NeuroNet for close to 20 years, My son did the NeuroNet program and I saw improvements academically as well as socially. I also facilitated NeuroNet at a private school where struggling students participated in NN on a daily basis. It was rewarding to see the changes in the students such as improved organization, learning skills, and confidence levels. I feel NeuroNet builds a foundation for the students on which they are able to build and grow in their academics as well as their social and other skills. I highly recommend it for all learners.

Kathleen O.


Our school has been using the NeuroNet program for many years in our regular education and clinical program classrooms. I have seen remarkable progress in the area of auditory and visual processing, gross and fine motor control and coordination, the ability to coordinate language and motor actions, and the automaticity of writing letters and numbers. NeuroNet is easy to administer and has a valuable assessment tool to monitor progress. Our parents often state that their child wants to get to school early to be on time for their NeuroNet class.

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Our teachers and therapists love using Step Up To Learn. We work with students of all levels and abilities, ages 5 through 29 and love how easy it is to individualize this program to fit the needs of every learners. This program boosts confidence by encouraging students to take on challenges in many areas such as balance, hand eye coordination, cognitive agility, visual/auditory processing, and language. As students become better able to predict, their confidence in their ability to learn steadily rises. Thank you, Jonathan and Nancy!