We’re excited to announce the grand opening of the Brain Balance Achievement Center of Wilmington, DE. If you are in the Wilmington area, please join us for the following grand opening events:
Brain Balance Achievement Center of Wilmington, DE Ribbon Cutting Event
When: Monday, January 28, 2013 at 12:30pm
Where: 4762 Limestone Road Suite 28, Wilmington, DE 19808
What: Join us for this family-friendly event. Learn more about the Brain Balance Program® and tour our facility. We hope to see you there!
Two Free Parent Lectures with Dr. Robert Melillo, Creator of the Brain Balance Program®
When: Monday, January 28, 2013 at 7pm
Where: Hartefeld National, One Hartefeld Drive, Avondale, PA 19311
When: Tuesday, January, 29, 2013 at 7pm
Where: Brennen School, 144 Brennen Dr., Newark, DE 19713
What: As one of the leading specialists in the assessment and remediation of neurological disorders in children, Dr. Robert Melillo, creator of the Brain Balance Program® and author of Disconnected Kids, will discuss childhood neuro-developmental disorders using a brain-based perspective. He will explain Functional Disconnection Syndrome and how it contributes to these disorders in a presentation to DE area parents. He will also share how the Brain Balance Program® has made a difference in the lives of families and children dealing with learning and behavioral disorders.
More About Brain Balance
Our non-medical after school learning centers have helped thousands of kids reach their physical, social, behavioral, and academic potential. Through customized sensory-motor, academic, and behavioral plans coupled with simple dietary changes, we address the underlying cause of neuro-developmental disorders like ADHD and learning difficulties. Our centers offer the Brain Balance Program® in more than 50 nationwide locations. Contact us today to learn more! For more information about the Wilmington, DE grand opening events, call (302) 397-8465.
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