Help with Oppositional Defiant Disorder in Cornelius
Helping Children Reach Their Goals in Cornelius
The Brain Balance Achievement Center of Cornelius helps children meet their social, behavioral, and academic goals through the Brain Balance Program. Because we are dedicated to helping children in Cornelius reach their goals, our center provides children with a personalized assessment when they are first enrolled in The Brain Balance Program. This assessment helps us to identify each child’s unique strengths and challenges as well as helps us to develop an individualized plan that will help them overcome their struggles.
In creating each child’s individualized plan, we include academic activities, sensory-motor training, and dietary guidelines. We believe that these activities are valuable in developing an integrated, whole-child approach to Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) and other behavioral challenges.
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ODD and Brain Balance
Oppositional Defiant Disorder is a behavioral disorder that causes children to have difficulty interacting with individuals they know well, such as parents and teachers. With symptoms most often arising before the age of 8, children with ODD have frequent arguments with adults or refuse to comply with rules, lose their temper, feel resentful or vindictive, easily or purposely annoy others, and blame others for their own misbehavior. These behaviors can cause significant issues at school, at home, or around other children as they occur frequently and are uncommon among other children in the same age group.
At the Brain Balance Achievement Center of Cornelius, we work with your child to improve behaviors. Our drug-free, integrated approach to ODD support brings parents and their children together in order to achieve a common goal - improving a child’s processing and social ability. We create personalized plans with your child in mind so that we can find the approach that works best for your child. With the Brain Balance Program, most children have in-center sessions at least 3 times per week along with at-home activities designed to help them succeed. Depending on your child’s assessment results, frequency and duration of both the in-center sessions and at-home activities may vary.
Overcome Oppositional Defiant Disorder Challenges With Brain Balance
The Brain Balance Program in Cornelius offers a holistic approach to help children achieve their goals. If your child is struggling with Oppositional Defiant Disorder or another behavior-related disorder, remember you’re not alone. Our dedicated staff is here to help your family! Take the first step and give our center a call at (704) 655-1334 to schedule your child’s personalized assessment.
How the Program Works
A Non-Medical, Drug-Free, Whole Child Approach To Get Your Child On Track
The Brain Balance Program is a non-medical and drug-free approach to overcoming the challenges of ADHD, learning disabilities, processing disorders, Asperger’s syndrome, and a host of other related childhood learning and developmental issues. Our integrated approach combines physical and sensory motor exercises with academic skill training and healthy nutrition.
Your Child's Personal Plan
Brain Balance Personalized Assessment
For over a decade, the Brain Balance Program has helped tens of thousands of children with learning and developmental issues through our integrated, whole-child approach. The Brain Balance Personalized Assessment is an objective and quantifiable measurement of each area of function – motor, sensory, behavioral, social, emotional, and academic – allowing us to better understand your child’s unique challenges.
Support Every Step of The Way
Support Every Step of The Way
One thing you will never be at a loss with at Brain Balance is the complete support of our staff. We work with a very diverse set of kids every day. For years we’ve worked with many different challenges and behaviors, without judgment, using our experience to help every child and every parent find success within our program. You will never feel out of place, or out of line when you ask and need help.