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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.

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  • Study Shows ADHD Brain Connections Develop More Slowly

    September 17, 2014
    University of Michigan Study Shows Differences in Brain Connections of Kids with ADHD . A study published by Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences shows through brain mapping that individuals with ADHD exhibit delays in brain maturation and slower development of certain connectivity networks.  Connections between the part of the brain that controls internal-directed thought, like daydreaming, and the part of the brain that controls external directed tasks, like homework, is less developed in participants with ADHD. According to lead researcher in the... Read More
  • Brain Benefits of Learning to Write in Cursive

    Is learning to write in cursive a lost art?. Research shows that learning to write in cursive offers brain benefits to kids that they don't get from printing letters or keyboarding. An article from Psychology Today states that learning to write in cursive is an important tool for cognitive development. Specifically, cursive writing trains the brain to learn functional specialization, which is the capacity for optimal efficiency. When a child learns to read and write in cursive through consistent practice and... Read More
  • Important Developmental Milestones: A Timeline for Typical Development

    September 15, 2014
    List of Developmental Milestones as a Guide to Normal Childhood Development. Childhood developmental milestones are important health indicators that may predict future developmental issues. The National Survey of Children’s Health found that the vast majority of American children are not receiving developmental screenings. While it's important to remember that children all develop at their own pace, since early intervention is so critical when it comes to neurobehavioral disorders of childhood, understanding what's typical can help determine whether a child needs intervention for a learning or... Read More

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