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Carsyn’s imbalances were more subtle than my son’s, maybe because we caught them early.

She was the child who never cried during separation. She never had a fear of anything, so we always needed to keep an eye out, as we never knew if she was going to wander. Like her brother, she had a great love for reading, to a fault. She would read to the point where she would do nothing else. Her fine motor skills were also lacking. Teachers said her fine motor skills were behind because she was always rushing to get onto the next thing or to get back to her book. Tears, struggles, and arguments became a way of life.

Although our kids were advanced in some areas, they were also very, very behind in others. Shopping or any public outing was an experience that my husband would dread if it meant taking the two of them with us, as it always meant a tantrum. Terrible ones like the ones you’d see on a reality show. Carsyn’s improvement reached a point where she got past all the terrible tantrums and was able to interact positively in our family. I could go on and on about the many changes that we saw in our kids. Brain Balance helped our family succeed.

Brain Balance students progress an average of 2.6 levels in 3 months for sensory motor exercises. On average, customers surveyed rated their satisfaction at 8.5 on a 10 point scale.