Neurocare Brain Performance Centers treat children and adults who suffer from mental disorders affecting the brain. Those treated are diagnosed with ADHD, depression, anxiety, migraines, stress and other related illnesses. Neurocare conducts patient assessments by measuring brain activity through a series of tests such as EEG, HRV, Integrated Visual and Auditory Continuous, among others to assess a patient’s needs and develop a treatment plan. Clients can call or request an assessment online. Client care and recovery is the primary objective and applicants for positions must see that as their sole focus when applying for Neurocare Brain Performance Centers. The hiring team looks for highly skilled workers who also have strong soft skill talents like compassionate communication and follow through. See more information about Neurocore at

Employees note that working with Neurocore is extremely rewarding because they can help clients make a difference in their wellbeing. It is difficult to navigate through life if a person is burdened with a sleep disorder or impacted by migraines. Many times, clients are frustrated when they come for help, and understanding and caring staff members must greet them. Some workers also noted the benefits of working with clients and their families and how it gave them a sense of satisfaction to know that what they do improves the lives of people in their communities.


An added benefit to note is that employees rated the application and interview process as relatively easy and the company provided quick responses and feedback. Employees described the management team as caring for them and the clients and their families. Patient advocates, case managers, and those who have a medical-social background will find working at Neurocare a boost to their current career or a satisfying career change. Applicants should visit the company’s website to view open positions and be prepared to apply with a current resume and or cover letter. Follow Neurocore on Twitter.

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