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Cogmed Working Memory Training

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If you are interested in accessing Cogmed Working Memory Training for yourself or
your child/dependent, please see the options below. Please note - Cogmed is not
available directly from Pearson Assessment to the public; access is only available
through a qualified Cogmed Coach.

Education

Cogmed is available in many schools throughout the UK.

Download the factsheet to provide your school with more information about Cogmed.

Health Service

Cogmed is available through several services within the NHS. Speak to your clinician to find out about availability locally, or print out this factsheet to give to them.

Independent Cogmed Coaches in the UK and Republic of Ireland

If you would like to contact an independent Cogmed Coach in the UK or Republic of Ireland, please click on one of the links in the list, below. Most practices can coach from a distance as well as face-to-face so, if there is not a coach local to you, it is still worth contacting them to see if they can help.  

 

 

Full list of Cogmed Coaches in the UK and Republic of Ireland

 

England 

Clinical, Educational and Neuropsychology Services Ltd

Flower Associates

Joanne Thornton

Dr Karen Faulds

Mrs Katie Nelson

Leah Burman

Lyn Wells

Recolo

Sally Ashcroft

Dr Stuart Anderson

Usha Patel

Virginia Woodhouse

 

Scotland

Jennie Guise

Laura Grant

 

Republic of Ireland

Mary Phelan

Eva Gabor 

If you are an independent practitioner who has completed the training with at least five users, your details could appear in the list/on the map above. Simply email a short bio to cogmeduk@pearson.com, including who you are, your workplace postcode, what you do and how customers can contact you, and we will add your details to the map. 

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