Kids with autism can detect simple movements twice as fast as kids who don’t have the disorder according to new research from the University of Vanderbilt and the University of Rochester. This information may help explain why people with autism are uncomfortable in certain environments, particularly crowded or bustling ones. A recent NPR article about [...]
Brain Balance Program creator, Dr. Robert Melillo, is scheduled to speak at the upcoming 2013 AutismOne Conference. This exciting event is scheduled to take place at the Intercontinental Hotel at O’Hare in Chicago, IL from Wednesday, May 22 to Sunday, May 26. Dr. Melillo will share his take on recent developments and research as it [...]
Is autism caused by an imbalance in brain communication? Dr. Robert Melillo’s theory of functional disconnection in the brains of kids with neuro-developmental disorders led him to create The Brain Balance Program, which has helped thousands of kids reach their academic, social, and emotional potential. Caryn Talty at Healthy Family recently interviewed Dr. Melillo about [...]
A report from the Yale School Of Medicine that recently appeared in the Journal of Biological Psychiatry indicates that abnormal folds in a newborn’s placenta may reveal autism risk. Since the brain is the most folded organ in the body and is effected by even the smallest of abnormalities, researchers began to look for ways [...]
Listen below as Dr. Robert Melillo, creator of the Brain Balance Program and co-founder of Brain Balance Achievement Centers, discusses possible causes of autism and strategies for prevention and treatment on America’s Radio News Network!
Join us at Brain Balance Achievement Centers as we observe Autism Awareness Month throughout April 2013! We will be sharing the [...]