THE IN-CENTER TEAM
Our team of friendly professionals will be there throughout the program to motivate and encourage your child and to provide you with the support and service you need. From our Program and Center Directors who conduct the assessment of your child to the neuro-academic, sensory motor and nutritional coaches who administer their individual learning plans, we are committed to providing the environment, tools and information needed for your child to reach their full potential.
Each child will work closely with the neuro-academic teacher to administer the cognitive activity plan. These teachers are typically educators, often times with a focus on special education who work with your child to guide, support and evaluate them as they go through the cognitive activity sessions. In addition to professional training, all neuro-academic teachers are required to attend extensive Brain Balance Program training which includes over 20 hours of hands-on, supervised, in-center training.
Responsible for the administration of each child’s sensory-motor activity plan, the sensory-motor coach will assist and motivate your child to succeed in each activity throughout the session. Though not required, these coaches typically possess a degree in Physiotherapy, Psychology, Occupational Therapy, Sports Science, Audiology, Nursing, Chiropractic, Biology and Health/Science Studies. Prior to being certified to administer the Brain Balance Program, all sensory-motor coaches must complete more than 20 hours of supervised, in-center training.
The nutrition coach reviews lab tests, designs short and long-term dietary plans, educates students and parents on the basics of nutrition and health, and instruct parents how to read labels and shop for food. In order to meet the specific dietary needs of your child the nutritional coach might recommend a variety of approaches including elimination provocation diets, vitamin, amino acid and mineral supplements, and detoxification programs.