Brain Balance Has A Plan For Kids Who Struggle
For parents, one of the hardest experiences is seeing your child struggle with academic, social, or behavioral issues. It can often feel overwhelming when you know that your child is struggling, especially when it seems as though resources for help are limited. We want you to know that help is out there and that your family doesn’t have to work through these issues alone. Brain Balance Achievement Center of Woodbury specializes in helping children overcome the obstacles they may be facing both at home and in the classroom.
At Brain Balance, there is hope for children struggling with meltdowns, low confidence and/or focusing both inside and outside of the classroom. Our holistic program can help children with a variety of childhood developmental and learning disorders, including Attention Hyperactivity Deficit Disorder (ADHD), Dyslexia, Sensory Processing Disorders, Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), Asperger Syndrome, and Leaky Gut. Our program at Brain Balance Achievement Center of Woodbury addresses the root cause of each child’s unique issue and creates a custom plan based on the results of a child’s personal assessment. Our center’s drug-free, integrated approach combines sensory-motor activities, academic skill activities, and a healthy eating program with at-home exercises to address the whole-child. Want to help your child achieve their full potential? Contact Brain Balance Achievement Center of Woodbury to get started.
A Non-Medical, Drug-Free, Whole-Child Approach
We know that not every child who struggles with a learning or developmental issue is the same. That’s why the program at Brain Balance Achievement Center of Woodbury begins with an in-depth assessment of your child. This allows us to develop a personalized program to meet your child’s specific needs. Next, we have in-center training sessions that cover academic skills and sensory-motor training. These sessions are three times a week for one hour each. The number of sessions that each child needs will depend on their assessment results. Typically, the program is completed in 3-6 months; however, some children need more time in order to achieve their goals. The Brain Balance program also includes in-home activities that include exercises and/or a nutrition guide that will help create a positive, healthy home environment.
If your child is struggling with any type of learning, behavioral, or social issue, it’s important to get them the help they need. The Brain Balance Achievement Center of Woodbury can help you and your child manage or overcome the struggles they are facing by addressing the root issue and not the symptoms.
Let Us Help Get Your Child Back On Track
The Brain Balance Achievement Center of Woodbury helps children who are facing social, behavioral, and academic issues both in the classroom and at home. Brain Balance has worked with tens of thousands of children across the country by developing a personal plan that addresses the child’s individual challenges. Our center can help if your child has been diagnosed by a doctor with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), Dyslexia, Auditory Processing Disorder, Sensory Processing Disorder, Asperger Syndrome, Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), and other types of common childhood-related disorders.
The Brain Balance program works to help children in Minnesota and Wisconsin by taking an integrated approach to common childhood issues. In order to ensure that local children are receiving the attention and the help that they need to succeed, we partner with multiple area school districts and work to collaborate with other support systems your child may have in place.
Start Your Journey With Brain Balance Center of Woodbury
We invite you and your family to come visit our center at 783 Radio Drive, Suite 106, Woodbury, MN 55125. We invite you to visit our center to enjoy a personal tour, to meet our dedicated staff, and to see first-hand how the Brain Balance program is helping local children overcome their struggles.
Ready to get started? Call our center at 651-731-6172 or click here to discuss your options with us. We can’t wait to help you find the right solution for your child.