How Does the Brain Balance Program Work?
At Brain Balance, we believe everyone deserves the chance for a bright future. Brain Balance strives to build and strengthen the missing developmental components to set each person up for success by working to address the root cause of these struggles.
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What Makes Brain Balance Unique?
The Brain Balance program integrates key elements necessary to drive development and brain connectivity. This includes sensory engagement, core muscle strength and coordination, eye tracking, auditory processing, academic exercises, and nutritional guidance. These program components, when combined, focus on strengthening weaker areas of the brain. The balanced brain allows for the development of skills and tools necessary to function at a higher level. Our personalized in-center sessions, at-home activities and nutrition program work together to bolster this development.
Research Shows Brain Balance is Effective
A Harvard study found that kids who participated in the Brain Balance Program saw a significant reduction in ADHD index scores, discernible changes in hyperactivity, enhanced cognitive attention, and reductions in oppositional behavior. In a study by Cambridge Brain Sciences, results showed that children who completed three months of the Brain Balance Program displayed significant improvements in cognition (particularly in areas of memory), reasoning, verbal ability, and concentration.
How to Get Started
Our families start with our in-center assessment that allows us to make an individualized plan for your child. Gaps and holes in development result in gaps and holes in behavior, academics, socialization and confidence. So we design a program that specifically addresses the gaps and holes for the child, so we can see those challenges overcome.
Brain Balance Outcomes
Brain Balance success stories, statistics, and supporting research highlights the many positive impacts of the program. Improving brain connectivity impacts skills and functions, and those skills and functions positively impact focus, academics, behavior, social skills and anxiety.