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We Help Kids Who Struggle With Oppositional Defiant Disorder

Help with Oppositional Defiant Disorder in The Piedmont Triad

The Brain Balance Program

Dedicated to helping children in the The Piedmont Triad area, the Brain Balance Achievement Center of The Piedmont Triad helps children meet their social, behavioral, and academic goals. When children are first enrolled in The Brain Balance Program, our center provides them with a personalized assessment. This assessment helps us to identify each child’s unique strengths and challenges as well as helps us to develop a personalized plan that will help them overcome their struggles.

In each child’s individualized plan, we include academic activities, sensory-motor training, and dietary guidelines, which we believe are valuable in developing an integrated, whole-child approach to Oppositional Defiant Disorder and other behavioral challenges.

Get started with a plan for your child today!

The Brain Balance Program and Oppositional Defiant Disorder

Symptoms of Oppositional Defiant Disorder in children can become noticeable before they turn 8-years old. These types of behaviors can come out while interacting with someone the child knows well, such as a teacher or family member. Behaviors happen frequently and are usually not common in other children around the same age group. They can cause significant issues at school, at home, or around other children. Signs often include: frequent arguments with adults or refusing to comply with rules, loss of temper, being resentful or vindictive, easily becoming annoying with others or purposely annoying others, and blaming others for one’s own misbehavior.

The Brain Balance Achievement Center of The Piedmont Triad works to improve developmental functions with your child through a drug-free, integrated approach that brings parents and kids together to achieve a common goal of improving a child’s processing and learning ability. Our personalized plans are created with your child in mind. Most children will have in-center sessions at least 3 times per week along with at-home activities; however, frequency and duration of both are determined by the results of your child’s assessment.

Get Started With the Brain Balance Program in The Piedmont Triad

We know that children with Oppositional Defiant Disorder and other behavior issues can be frustrating; however, our dedicated team at the Brain Balance Achievement Center of The Piedmont Triad is here to help your family by providing support every step of the way. Ready to get your child back on track with Brain Balance? Call us at (336) 885-3131 or fill out the form above to schedule your child’s personal 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.

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