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TOWN OF MIAMI LAKES NEWS
243px-All-America City LogoWhat’s On Your Mind, Inc. celebrated its opening in Miami Lakes with Mayor Michael Pizzi, Vice Mayor Manny Cid, Councilman Tony Lama and Councilman Nelson Rodriguez at a ribbon cutting ceremony on July 7. The diagnostic, treatment, and learning center for children with learning disorders is located at 14400 NW 77th Court Suite # 105, Miami Lakes.
For Immediate Release
July 13, 2015
Contact: Jackie Calzadilla
Tel: 305-364-6100
 
 
What's On Your Mind, Inc. Opens in Miami Lakes

Miami Lakes, FL - What’s On Your Mind, Inc. celebrated its opening in Miami Lakes with Mayor Michael Pizzi, Vice Mayor Manny Cid, Councilman Tony Lama and Councilman Nelson Rodriguez at a ribbon cutting ceremony on July 7. The diagnostic, treatment, and learning center for children with learning disorders is located at 14400 NW 77th Court Suite # 105, Miami Lakes.

“It’s great to see out Miami Lakes economy expanding with companies like What’s on Your Mind. This organization assists out Town’s youth in dealing with learning disabilities in a way that will help our next generation of leaders overcome adversity and prosper,” said Mayor Michael Pizzi.

What’s On Your Mind blends longstanding neuropsychology theories with advanced learning models to super-power the brain. “Because we target the underlying brain skills responsible for the way students learn rather than solely academic skills, our work is innovative and essential for students with learning disabilities,” explains Dr. Fabian Redler, the center’s Clinical Director. “The ability to improve vital brain skills such as attention, memory, and speed of thinking, gives our students the learning edge that tutoring interventions alone cannot provide.”

Dr. Redler and his staff believe that the most common cause of a student’s long-term academic struggle is a processing deficit. What’s On Your Mind offers intervention programs that through precise concentrated brain exercises, the brain can adapt, heal, renew itself, and overcome limitations in the specific areas targeted.

 

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Councilman Tony Lama, Elaine Schnarck, Desiree Baker, Marla Redler, Dr. Fabian Redler, Mayor Michael Pizzi, Vice Mayor Manny Cid, Sara Redler, David Redler, Councilman Nelson Rodriguez

 

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What's On Your Mind, Inc. staff and family accompanied by Vice Mayor Manny Cid, Councilman Tony Lama, Councilman Nelson Rodriguez