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Cogleap Foundation Partners with FCSN to Implement HFS™ Training in Afterschool Programs

Palo Alto, CA  – January 2024 – Cogleap Foundation, a pioneer in the field of cognitive development, proudly announces a new partnership with the Friends of Children with Special Needs (FCSN) to provide the innovative HFS™ (Hope Focus System) training in their afterschool programs starting January 2024. 

This collaboration is aimed at enriching the FCSN afterschool offerings by incorporating the HFS™ system is known for its effectiveness in improving cognitive skills, concentration abilities, and overall brain execution functions in children and adolescents through innovative techniques. Through this program, participants will have access to state-of-the-art cognitive training techniques that can lead to significant improvements in their learning outcomes and overall well-being. 

The HFS™ system, developed by experts at Cognitive Leap Solutions, is founded on evidence-based research and has been recognized for its effectiveness in cognitive enhancement. By integrating this system into their afterschool curriculum, FCSN will be able to provide a valuable resource to children with special needs, supporting their growth and development in a structured and nurturing environment. 

"We are thrilled to join forces with FCSN, an organization that shares our dedication to the cognitive and emotional development of children," said Jack Chen, Board Member of Cogleap Foundation. "We believe that HFS™ training will make a positive impact on the lives of these children and are committed to supporting FCSN in its mission to empower young minds." 

The agreement signifies a joint effort to advance the support systems available for children with special needs and to promote inclusive education practices. Both organizations are dedicated to creating opportunities for children to thrive academically and socially.

About Friends of Children with Special Needs (FCSN):

FCSN is a non-profit organization committed to helping children and adults with special needs and their families find love, hope, respect, and support through integrated community involvement.

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