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The Power of Movement in Kids Who Struggle

From dancing to playground games, movement has been shown to be a powerful force when it comes to helping children with challenges related to […]

Traditional Tools That Benefit Kids With Learning Disabilities

When it comes to helping children with learning disabilities, tablets, computers and other innovative learning tools can be useful but are in no way […]

Kid-Friendly Brain Building Games

Setting screen time limits is important to healthy childhood development, due to the findings of a recent study that showed, "preschoolers with […]

Five Non-Traditional Sports for a Child with Social Issues

Every child needs exercise, but every parent knows that scheduling the recommended 60 minutes of moderate physical activity each day isn't easy. The […]

Cold Weather Outdoor Play Ideas

The Importance of Unstructured Play

Yoga for Anxiety in Children

Children with neurobehavioral disorders like ADHD, Aspergers syndrome (ASD), processing disorders and learning disabilities often feel anxious and […]

Study: Exercise Boosts Creativity

Research Shows Those Who Exercise Regularly Perform Better on Creativity Tests Regular exercise offers many benefits, but researchers from Leiden […]

Brain Function and Exercise

At Brain Balance Achievement Centers, we've long contended that the brain has the ability to change and improve throughout a person's lifetime, […]