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Brain Balance Blog:
Back to School (5)

Back to School: Make-ahead, Clean Eating Lunch Ideas

-Holly Larson, RD

Back to School Tips for Kids with Behavioral Issues

Back to school is a time for fun and is also a time when all students, perhaps all families, feel stressed. There are school materials to buy, […]

Getting Ready for SATs: Tips for Students Who Struggle

Teaching Kids with Asperger Syndrome (ASD): 8 Key Insights Every Educator Should Know

Asperger syndrome (ASD) is a developmental disorder recognized under the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) broad […]

Fine Tuning Fine Motor Skills With Manipulatives

Fine motor skills, also related to hand-eye coordination, are critical to healthy childhood development and academic success. This requires […]

3 Tips to Help Calm a Student with Behavior Issues

Behavioral issues and lack of focus in the classroom can cause students to fall behind. Whether a child is experiencing anxiety, sensory meltdowns or […]

Writing Strategies for Students Who Struggle

Writing struggles are common among school-aged children and can be especially challenging for children with a brain imbalance related to learning […]

Guiding Students with Sensory Processing Disorder to Academic Success

Sensory processing disorder (SPD) can be experienced in different ways, making it particularly challenging to manage for parents and teachers. Some […]

Effective Prompts for ADHD

Children with ADHD can be forgetful, impulsive and prone to distractions. Some seem dreamy and lost, while others are impatient, chatty and squirmy. […]