Memory Genius is a successful programme, running with Hampshire County Council, St Georges University, National Offender Management Service and more. We evaluated the Memory Genius group co-ordinated with the National Offender Management Service and found that the group improved their memory scores from an average of the 10th percentile to the 53rd percentile.
This improved working memory performance in cognitive tasks, can be interpreted that participants had learned how to deliberately use strategies to improve their memory. Participants reported increased self-awareness and an ability to deliberately control memory upload and download. These interventions demonstrated that addressing the root cause of cognitive factors is an effective way to improve outcomes for neurodiversity.