Camden

Camden came to Brain Balance diagnosed with/exhibiting

  • Dyslexia
  • reading struggles

Age

11

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He struggled with school. With reading. Homework every night was a two hour process.

Camden is a wonderful boy, young man. He’s very into sports, very energetic, very likable kid. Socially, he has no issues. He is definitely very popular with his friends and has a good time. He struggled with school. With reading. We’ve been with IAT at school since he was in first grade. He just really struggled. Just could not get through reading. He would be fine in math and science. He was a good student. The teachers loved him, but he just really struggled. Homework every night was a two hour process. He’d be crying. I’d be crying. It was just a terrible. He went to the tutor every week for two years. Nothing seemed to ever help.

I had heard about Brain Balance through a friend and thought it was worth checking out. Went to it, had his evaluation. We felt even before his evaluation, we really did feel he was dyslexic. He was just beginning to be, had all the traits of someone that struggles with dyslexia. Everyone at Brain Balance is wonderful. Wonderful staff. Very helpful, very educated. Great, great people. Since going to Brain Balance, Camden, his grades have improved immensely. He liked going to school again. I definitely speak volumes of Brain Balance and your process. And for this situation. Yes, it’s manageable and you can get through life, but we want him to have the best life possible. We want to set him up for success.

- Meredith K., Brain Balance Parent

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Right away, his teacher said to us, "He started raising his hand. He really wanted to read out loud in class." When she told me that, I still cry.