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Ever wonder what's happening in the brain of a child with a learning or behavioral disorder?
Follow a family as they progress through the Brain Balance Program.
One man's life-altering experience led him to his new passion: helping kids with learning and behavioral issues.
Listen to real parents discuss their success with The Brain Balance Program!
Ever wonder what it's like to struggle with ADHD? Experience firsthand what it feels like to have an attention issue.

The Groundbreaking Brain Balance Approach

Brain Balance Achievement Centers offer a cutting-edge, drug-free approach to help children improve their ability to learn academically, socially and emotionally.

We don’t just work with your child’s strengths or compensate for a weakness. We tackle your child’s issue head on, by addressing the root cause at the most fundamental level. The Brain Balance Program® integrates three key pillars of brain development – sensory motor exercises, cognitive activities and nutritional guidance – to address the root cause of most learning and developmental issues. This unique integrated approach is what makes Brain Balance different and so effective.

With Brain Balance Achievement Centers across the country, you can now have hope and the help your child needs to reach his full potential.

Recent News

  • Zac Brown Discusses Brain Balance on America’s Morning Show

    August 20, 2014
    Zac Brown of Zac Brown Band has a passion for helping children with neurodevelopmental disorders through his development of Camp Southern Ground, a camp that will allow children to overcome academic, social and emotional difficulties so they may reach their full potential and through his vocal support for Brain Balance Achievement Centers. Listen below as he shares a touching account of his connection to The Brain Balance Program, in this interview that aired on America's Morning Show. If you drag your mouse/finger over the... Read More
  • Surviving the Lunchroom: Tips for Sensory Sensitive Kids

    August 19, 2014
    Tips for Sensitive Kids to Better Manage School Cafeteria Sensory Overload. Children with sensory processing disorder (SPD) often find eating in the school lunchroom difficult. The overload of tastes, smells, sounds, and sights can be too much to cope with at one time. Here are sensory tips that will help your child manage this situation. Food. The main purpose of the lunchroom or cafeteria is for kids to eat, and children with SPD have to cope with the situation without a parent's physical... Read More
  • Reading Help for Dyslexia

    August 14, 2014
    Activities and Tips to Help Dyslexic Children Improve Reading Skills. As a parent of a dyslexic child, you know that difficulty with reading affects your child in various ways, causing misunderstandings about words, feelings of inadequacy because of the inability to read smoothly, and a lack of motivation to achieve at school or at home. Reading exercises are extremely helpful in getting your child to enjoy time with books, and to experience a sense of achievement. The following activities can help... Read More

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