Sharp Brains hosts the 2010 Brain Fitness Innovation Awards. Arrowsmith School is named the Most Innovative Special Education School.
Publication of Brain School by Howard Eaton chronicles stories and outcomes of students in the Arrowsmith Program.
Development commenced on the Arrowsmith Program Cognitive Tracking System by Altairix – the database that tracks students’ progress around the world.
The Woman Who Changed Her Brain, by Barbara Arrowsmith-Young is released in Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand.
Barbara Arrowsmith-Young received the 2013 Alumna of Honour Award from the University of Guelph.
The Arrowsmith Program commences in Australia and New Zealand
The Arrowsmith Program commences in Asia.
The first Cognitive Intensive Program is offered in the summer at Arrowsmith School Toronto.
The first Teacher Training course is held outside of Toronto – in Sydney, Australia.
The commencement of the upgrade of the Brainex software to a web-based platform by Altairix, including the development of a mobile app allowing Arrowsmith facilitators to track the progress of students in real-time on a tablet.
The first Remote Arrowsmith Program is offered.
Research commences at the University of British Columbia investigating the outcomes of the Arrowsmith/Brainex cognitive exercises for individuals with Traumatic Brain Injury.
March 2016, Barbara Arrowsmith-Young joins the International Advisory Board, Universidad Camilo José Cela, and International Educational Group SEK and attends the first meeting in Madrid, Spain.
The Arrowsmith Program commences in Spain.
The 2nd edition of The Woman Who Changed Her Brain, by Barbara Arrowsmith-Young is released in Australia and New Zealand.
The Arrowsmith Program commences in the Cayman Islands, Caribbean.
Publication of The Brain Pioneer by Howard Eaton – a children’s book about the life and work of Barbara Arrowsmith-Young.
The Arrowsmith Foundation is set up to provide scholarships for students with learning disabilities and to support research to further the understanding of learning disabilities.
A global research initiative is launched with researchers from Canada, the United States, and Europe.
The Arrowsmith Program commences in Switzerland.
The 3rd edition of The Woman Who Changed Her Brain, by Barbara Arrowsmith-Young is released in Australia and New Zealand.
Barbara Arrowsmith-Young was recognized by the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto for her innovation in the field of Education. The award was presented by Glen A. Jones, Professor and the Dean of OISE. In his words of congratulations, he stated “I am extremely pleased to see your commitment and contributions recognized in this important way. Thank you for your outstanding contributions to education in Ontario.”