Reclaim your vitality and age healthily

Forbrain® is a powerful brain training tool for seniors to enhance their cognitive abilities and quality of life.

Promote healthy aging with Forbrain

Cognitive health is a necessity to perform everyday activities effectively, yet as we age, our cognitive ability begins to decline. Loss of motivation, lack of interaction, or hearing difficulties all contribute to cognitive impairment which can surface in many ways. This can include troubles with focusing, memory, thinking speed, and problem-solving. Our powerful tool, Forbrain, combats these changes using the voice to enhance cognitive wellbeing. 

Forbrain is easy to use so it’s perfect for seniors. You just wear the headphones and start talking — no fancy apps or computers required, let bone conduction do the work for you as you reconnect to your voice for clearer, energetic communication. Experience improved attention, memory, and speech with the help of Forbrain.

What are the benefits?

Increased attention

Wearing Forbrain during normal speaking activities improves concentration and attention, resulting in better general cognitive functioning.

Sharper memory

Retain information when learning new things. Forbrain sharpens memorization for increased enjoyment when socializing, playing games, or volunteering.

Livelier speech

Increased attention helps structure thoughts to get your message across. Forbrain also encourages livelier speech that’s clear and energetic.

How to practice with Forbrain®

Tap into the power of your voice using Forbrain. Our easy-to-use brain training tool helps reduce the risk and degree of cognitive decline for greater quality of life. Additionally, Forbrain can benefit speech or cognitive therapy as part of stroke rehabilitation programs. Here are some recommended ways you or a loved one can practice with Forbrain at home. The good news is that it won’t be cognitively demanding because it complements day-to-day activities. All you need to do is speak, hum, or sing to boost your brainpower.

Social interaction

Wear Forbrain to hone the voice as you interact with friends and family, even on video calls. Try it as you socialize at local groups or in volunteer roles. Plus, the more you speak your memory improves, lifting your game at chess, bridge, and sudoku puzzles.


Read aloud the morning newspaper, a book, or your favorite poems with Forbrain to keep the mind active and sharp.


Continue learning by developing new skills such as a foreign language or computer course, while using Forbrain to expedite progress.


Great for use while you have fun participating in singing groups. Forbrain not only steadies the voice but also improves cognitive capacity and memory.

Stroke rehabilitation

The recovery journey after a stroke is often long and requires daily effort. Use Forbrain as a complementary therapy tool that works on brain plasticity to improve speech and attention.

We recommend daily use of Forbrain during regular activities for up to 20 minutes a session. If you feel comfortable, you can practice twice a day ongoing.

See Forbrain up close

Patented Dynamic FilterProcesses and produces a corrected voice

Bone Conduction TransducersEnhances sound transmission via the temporal bones

User MicrophoneCapture the sound waves of your voice

Headphone JackUsed to listen to audio recordings of training or online classes

Additional MicrophoneFor training support by the parent, teacher, or therapist

Patented Dynamic FilterProcesses and produces a corrected voice

Bone Conduction TransducersEnhances sound transmission via the temporal bones

User MicrophoneCapture the sound waves of your voice

Be inspired by our happy customers

Read about how other seniors have experienced fantastic brain training results using Forbrain. 

I have hearing loss where I have trouble hearing soft consonant sounds and I also learned I have adult ADHD. The moment I spoke to my family with the Forbrain, they said immediately my voice level and pitch were very consistent and at a normal tone. I do wear the headset when doing virtual calls and to stay focused. The Forbrain product really helps as advertised.

C. Herger

My husband is almost completely deaf and is experiencing the early stages of dementia. Using Forbrain, he can better hear when working with his therapist and it’s helping to keep his dementia in check.

A. Dailous

I am 66 years old and I became interested in Forbrain when I saw the great progress that my seven year old grandson with ADHD had made. The improvements I have seen in myself are innumerable. People understand me better when I speak and finish sentences without eating the sound. Also, I can tune in my voice when I sing with my amateur singing group.

N. Salz

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, Forbrain can be used between regular sessions to reinforce the work done with a therapist or specialist. Considering therapy is usually a long-term approach, Forbrain optimizes and complements these efforts. 

Forbrain is a painless, non-invasive sensory stimulation tool. Like any stimulation, Forbrain can excite and tire the person during sessions. Therefore, Forbrain is not suitable for: 

  • People with Parkinson’s disease
  • People with hearing loss in both ears of 80%
  • People carrying a cochlear implant
  • People with epilepsy (except upon specialist advice)

Yes, unless the hearing loss is greater than 80% on both ears or in the case of a cochlear implant.

No, but they are designed to fit all heads. To comfortably use Forbrain, make sure you press the headphones in to fit the ears and properly position the microphone before the mouth. Don’t worry if the hoop doesn’t fit against the head as it won’t affect the tool’s comfort or effectiveness.

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