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Brain Balance Program Results & Research

A GROWING EVIDENCE BASE SUPPORTING THE IMPACT OF BRAIN BALANCE:

Improvements Reported by Parents, Clinicians and Teachers

At Brain Balance, we’re dedicated to grounding our program in a solid foundation of evidence. Drawing on decades of external research exploring brain development and neuroplasticity—the brain’s remarkable capacity for change—we’ve crafted our program to focus on what drives improvements in the areas of behavior, social and academic success.

A mounting body of evidence supports the efficacy of the Brain Balance Program®. Our published research underscores significant improvements as reported by parents, clinicians, and teachers, spanning crucial domains such as focus and attention, ADHD symptoms, cognitive skills, and mental well-being.

 

Teal CheckFocus & Attention

Navy CheckADHD Symptoms

Green CheckCognitive Skills

Gold CheckMental Well-Being

 
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Review the Research

This document provides a comprehensive review of collateral research across diverse brain health domains that has shaped our approach, alongside the primary research we’ve conducted to better understand the profound impact of our program.

Brain Balance Published Research

Our published research demonstrates that our program leads to consistent and significant outcomes in the areas of decreased hyperactivity, impulsivity, and negative behaviors; and improved attention, cognition, social- emotional functioning, and motor development.

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Reliable change in parent-rated scores on the Brown Attention-Deficit Disorder Scales® from pre- to post-participation in the Brain Balance program

Key Findings:

  • Parents reported a decrease in ADHD symptoms.
  • A majority of participants (81%) demonstrated improvement in the Brown Scale score as reported by their parents pre and post-program (3-month program).
  • Kids with more severe ADHD symptoms are more likely to observe a decrease in symptoms.

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Psychiatry Research

Open assessment of the therapeutic and rate-dependent effects of brain balance center® and interactive metronome® exercises on children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

A Harvard Medical School /McLean Hospital study found the Brain Balance Program to be as effective as low-dose medication in alleviating ADHD symptoms in kids. 

  • Marked reduction in ADHD symptoms were reported by parents and clinicians and seen on diagnostic testing
  • Areas impacted included hyperactivity, inattention, and improved accuracy on cognitive tests

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Cambridge Brain Sciences

Effect of the Brain Balance Program® on Cognitive Performance in Children and Adolescents with Developmental and Attentional Issues

In a study conducted  in collaboration with Cambridge Brain Sciences, showed that children saw significant overall improvements after 3 months across all cognitive tasks measured, with the greatest changes seen on tasks of memory, reasoning, verbal ability and concentration.

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Journal of Mental Health

A Retrospective Review of Parent-Reported Anxiety and Emotional Functioning in Children with Developmental Challenges After Participation in the Brain Balance® Program

Key Findings:

After completion of a 3-month program, parents reported significant improvements in feelings of happiness, academic follow-through and motivation, school performance and test scores, social confidence and feelings of anxiety.

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Journal for the Study of Education

The Brain Balance® programme improves attention and classroom behaviour in students with attentional and developmental challenges in a school setting

Key Findings:

Brain Balance program helps improve childhood developmental outcomes, especially for more impaired participants who have the most to gain with respect to improvement in emotional, social, behavioral, motor, and academic functioning.

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Frontiers in Psychology

Reliable change in developmental outcomes of Brain Balance® participants stratified by baseline severity

Results demonstrate improvements in primitive reflex integration and sensory motor skills, as well as statistically significant reliable change in emotionality, reading/writing, behavior, academic engagement, motor skills, and social communication in Brain Balance participants from pre- to post-program.

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