NAP™ Toolbox for Children

The NAP™ Toolbox is a valuable instrument in the hands of parents and teachers to understand children’s unique potential, how they learn, and which development opportunities need to be created for them to learn easier, and faster and obtain great learning results.

The purpose of the NAP™ Toolbox for children is to:

  • Improve their learning performance
  • Identify and understand their neuro-design (how they are talented)
  • Understand how they prefer to learn and think
  • Align who they are (their neuro-design) with their subject and career choices
  • Improve their learning results
  • Measure their learning skills
  • Optimize the drivers that impact their brain performance
  • Improve their brain health
  • Reduce stress and fatigue
  • Reduce risk for mistakes and human error
  • Increase confidence and happiness
  • Accelerate learning
  • Improve memory and concentration
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Who will benefit from the NAP™ Toolbox assessment?

Children between the ages of 11 to 16.

What is the NAP™ Toolbox used for?

The Toolbox is used by parents and teachers to help children with:

  • Potential identification
  • Measuring learning skills
  • Learning skills optimization (learning how to learn)
  • Reducing risk for mistakes and human error
  • Improving learning results
  • Increasing concentration
  • Mental agility improvement
  • Brain fitness optimization
  • Improving brain health and wellness
  • Accelerating learning and thinking
  • Reducing learning difficulties
  • Improving memory

Elements evaluated in the NAP™ Toolbox

The NAP™ Toolbox measures 13 brain-mind elements that influence the ease, speed, and flexibility with which the child learns, thinks, and processes information

7 Brain-Mind Elements of Their Neurological Design:

  • Relative / functional lateral preferences
  • Expressive – receptive preferences
  • Figurative thinking and learning languages – brain quadrants
  • Rational – emotional preferences
  • Brain and sensory information processing style
  • Multiple intelligence preferences
  • Sensory learning preferences
  • Neuro-design flexibility dashboard


  • Face-to-face assessment of 180 easy online questions (45-60 minutes to complete)
  • 29-page online report illustrating 13 elements of neuro-agility and offering suggestions to optimize your neuro-agility
  • Automated debriefing video
  • Post-evaluation 6-12 months later
  • Translated into various languages

Benefits for parents and teachers doing a Toolbox assessment for children:

  • Understand their amazing neurological design
  • Accurate awareness of their unique potential
  • Understand how they are talented/smart
  • Align their neuro-design with their subject and career choices
  • Increase their mental flexibility
  • Agile thinking and accelerated learning
  • Optimize their overall brain fitness
  • Strengthen their brain health
  • Accelerate brain power skills like complex problem solving and critical – creative thinking
  • Cope with stress and fatigue more effectively
  • Reduce their risk for mistakes and human error
  • Measure and develop learning-how-to-learn skills
  • Better learning results
  • Improve their confidence
  • Increase concentration
  • Improve memory

6 Drivers that Optimize Brain Performance:

  • Brain agility
  • Stress coping skills
  • Brain ergonomics
  • Learning skills
  • Mindset/attitude
  • Brain food
  • Overall brain fitness dashboard
  • Neuro-agility dashboard
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