By first grade Savannah was having a lot of anxiety about school.
The teacher suggested she might have ADHD so we went to a psychologist. We had Savannah tested and she was diagnosed with a processing disorder. She fell into a deep, deep depression because she felt dumber than everybody else. She’d beg me, “Please don’t make me go to school, please.” We got two tutors, a homework helper, and weekly counseling. I took her to a vision therapist. I had been talking to Brain Balance and I brought Savannah in for an assessment and began the program.
Savannah got started in the program and realized that she felt better when she was eating better. Her creativity started coming out. Everything started to boost for Savannah. Her teachers were amazed. Savannah’s now in middle school and has made honor roll every term. She is actually leading her class. Savannah’s so proud of herself. Her confidence is unbelievable. She loves to tell her story. She loves to say, “You know what? I had this wrong with me and I was messed up and now I’m not messed up.”
- Heather 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.
Brain Balance told us that Savannah didn’t need her glasses anymore. I took Savannah back to the vision therapy office. They re-tested her and she was perfectly normal. The vision therapist asked me, “How? Tell me what you did?” ...