About Cognitive Solutions Learning Center
We are a cutting edge facility in Chicago, IL that offers a broad range of services, including learning disability and attention deficit disorder assessment and remediation, executive functions training, and the latest neurofeedback technologies. We specialize in non-medicinal treatments for disorders of attention. For a comprehensive list, please refer to the programs page.
Cognitive Solutions accepts direct patient payment, and we are also a Blue Cross and Blue Shield PPO provider.
For other insurance plans, we would be happy to assist with reimbursment paperwork.
Feel free to contact us at (773) 755-1775 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
A.O. Chicago, IL
“Cognitive Solutions has been an amazing asset to our family. I found CSLC on the internet after a lengthy search for qualified evaluators and tutors in the Chicagoland area. Our eldest son was have learning difficulties that needed addressing by qualified professionals. Dr.Goldstein walked us through the process…”
J.H. Chicago, IL
“From the time he was a pre-schooler, it was evident that my very bright son had learning challenges. While he was generally successful in school, he had to work longer and harder than his peers, and his self-esteem was affected. For several years, I sought testing through our public school to identify…”
J.F. Chicago, IL
“I can’t say enough about Dr. Effarah and Cognitive Solutions Learning Center. I heard of neurofeedback from a friend and decided to check it out. My daughter had a learning disability and was attending special education classes all through grade school. I was spending $100’s on tutoring as well. Although I noticed some improvement, it wasn’t enough to get her grades above a C. Then I found CSLC…”
J.H. Chicago, IL
“I found Dr. Effarah after visits with several ophthalmologists and neurologists following a nasty head injury that resulted in a severe concussion. All of the other doctors told me that my problem, halos around lights at night, was something I was going to have to learn to live with. The last ophthalmologist told me about Dr. Effarah, saying that he had helped his nephew with ADHD…”