Emily was hyper and hard to manage.
She would fight with her sister a lot, and she couldn’t take any instruction. At the end of third grade, she was getting into a lot of trouble. What went on at home was starting to happen at school. I was chatting with a mom whose daughter had ADHD, and she mentioned what they had been doing for her daughter at Brain Balance. I called the 800 number and scheduled an assessment. In the meeting where Brain Balance went through the results, my husband and I were in tears. We knew we needed Brain Balance.
Previously, Emily had been an avid reader, but then she just stopped. Two weeks into Brain Balance she read an entire book in a day and a half. She had that desire to read and focus again. Since she’s finished Brain Balance, Emily’s mentioned how much better and more confident she feels. She gets along better with her friends.
Brain Balance makes a difference for your child as well as for you. I felt Brain Balance cared about us and how we were doing; they were like a family to us. Everybody really cared about our child. As parents, you’re struggling, and Brain Balance understands what you’re going through. We took the time to talk with and listen to other parents, and we didn’t feel alone. Brain Balance took care of us and I appreciated that.
I felt like they cared about us. They cared about our daughter. They cared about how we were doing. They cared about our success. The director would be in the waiting room asking how things were going. It felt like a family that was helping us through something.
- Marcia H., Brain Balance Parent
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. Over 84% of customers said they were very likely or extremely likely
to recommend Brain Balance to a friend or family member.
I felt like they cared about us. They cared about our daughter. They cared about how we were doing. They cared about our success. The director would be in the waiting room asking how things were going. It felt like ...