Build Better Focus This Summer
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What you want - help with the yard work, daily chores, hours spent outside, and a summer reading list. What they want - lazy days in front of the TV, sleeping in, and playing video games.
It doesn’t have to be you vs. them all summer long. With a bit of planning and structure, you can create a healthy balance and, at the same time, help your child naturally build sustained attention skills to impact the upcoming school year positively.
In our free resource for parents, you'll learn about sustained and reward-driven attention, why it’s important to balance them throughout the summer, and tips and tricks to find a balance between tech and brain-healthy activities. And don’t worry; the kids won’t even know it.
Practice sustained attention this summer to set your child up for success in the classroom next year.
Download our free resource for parents: Build Better Focus This Summer. You'll get strategic ideas to help build sustained attention skills to prepare for the upcoming school year.
Helping Kids and Teens Get Back on Track
Despite applying coping strategies, redirection, and behavior charts, some kids and teens may still have difficulty focusing throughout the school day. The Brain Balance Program is designed to help kids, teens, and young adults build the focus, behavior, and social-emotional skills to keep up in school. Brain Balance has helped more than 50,000 individuals reach their true potential.
Check out these helpful resources for families navigating ADHD and Focus Struggles
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