Behaviorally, he had a problem with being on task all the time in school from early on, and he's always had a problem with that. However, I refused to put him on meds until I was basically forced to.

Before Brain Balance, academically, he’s very bright. However, he just struggled with writing tasks, anything where he had to actually put his pencil to paper. It would take extremely long for him to process it, to get it from his brain to the paper. However, verbally, you could ask a question, multiple-choice, anything like that he soared at. Behaviorally, he had a problem with being on task all the time in school from early on. At home, he had trouble completing multi-step tasks, like if we told him to “Clean your room, brush your teeth,” do a certain amount of things at one time he couldn’t remember them. He didn’t do any of them because we threw too many things at him at one time.

The reason I went to Brain Balance is I just wanted something natural. I wanted to get him off the medicine.

He’s been on honor roll both nine weeks. We still struggle a little bit with homework but, again, it’s better. He’s just doing so much better with just accomplishing tasks and completing work. We still struggle a little bit with homework but, again, it’s better. He’s just doing so much better with just accomplishing tasks and completing work. The social part is really amazing. That’s making him happy.

To go totally off the medicine is phenomenal. I would tell them, yeah, if you want your child off chemicals and off the medicine I would recommend definitely Brain Balance for that.

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.

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