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Her reading has absolutely taken off, her report cards are solid. She's solidly where she should be, she's catching up with reading.

Miss Mabel has always wanted to do Brain Balance, just because of her big brother and sister. Oh my gosh, Brain Balance was set on this pedestal that she would never be able to reach. I’ve done it with 2 kids and she’s just one of my children and I’m going to do this. Needless to say, that was a losing battle. Even though we did the primitive reflexes with her and we did the diet, the no dairy and no egg and we did all of these things with her, we couldn’t do at home, obviously, what they can do in the center.

Her biggest thing was she couldn’t read. The more the years went on, the more frustrated she got with herself because everybody else was excelling and she just hit a wall, and just stopped. Mabel’s older sister Emily finally came to us and said, “What are you waiting for? If it’s money, Jake and I have already talked about it, we’ll give you our savings. We need her in this program.”

I called the center and they got us in and we started, what, a week later or whatever. It was like the assessment was just a formality, we just needed to get her in there.

Her reading has absolutely taken off, her report cards are solid. She’s solidly where she should be, she’s catching up with reading. We’ve been living this for 3 or 4 years at this point and what we owe, and this has always been the biggest thing, we owe Megan, and Talitha, and Brain Balance as a whole, we owe them our family.

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.