Sean had been diagnosed with sensory integration disorder, dysgraphia, ADHD, and fine motor skills delay.
We immediately saw the academic difference when school started. To get extended time for the SAT’s or ACT’s, they require a test with a psychologist. We went back for the results, and his working memory tested close to 150 and his I.Q. was 136. The psychologist said, “I’m blown away. I don’t recognize Sean. He’s completely different. What did it?” I told her that Brain Balance did it.
I would say to parents, “Listen to your instincts. You know your child better than anyone else.” Understand that the issues you see are interrelated; they do not exist independently. This isn’t just about your child suddenly focusing better, it’s about your child learning to focus better, balance better, and get stronger. There are many facets to Brain Balance. It’s all a connected, comprehensive system that works. Every program is going to be individualized for your child, and in the end, you’re going to see profound differences.
- Karen H., Brain Balance Parent