Brain Balance was the hardest, yet the most rewarding thing we’ve ever done. R.D.’s self-esteem is greatly improved. He’s able to live his life, make friends and deal with life’s troubles better.
In the third grade R.D. was struggling and not fitting in.
He would get upset over the smallest thing. He was tested and diagnosed with ADHD. We chose to put him on medication, but the medication came with many side effects. He lost weight, couldn’t sleep at night, and just wasn’t himself. I heard about Brain Balance and talked to my husband about the assessment. The results came back and it was eye-opening. It’s nice to be assured that your instincts are right.
Brain Balance was the hardest, yet the most rewarding thing we have ever done. R.D. could see the changes. Now he’s able to excel. He’s making friends, playing outside, riding bikes, and living life. His self-esteem is so improved that he can deal with life’s troubles better. He now has an imagination that just did not exist before.
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