Smyth & Dawson, 10
One area is simply processing speed. They’re able to take in information, process it, and respond appropriately. Now Dawson and Smyth can do so at a much faster pace, facilitating better decision-making.
The twins, Dawson and Smyth, clearly had a global delay.
The biggest issue was an auditory processing issue or the complete inability to handle multiple step directions. Smyth, in particular, would get so emotional. He had an inability to rein in emotion the way someone his age clearly should be able to. Dawson and Smyth were behind in every phase of life. Brain Balance gave us hope that the twins could retrain their brains so that all kinds of issues with gross and fine motor skills could be dealt with.
Things really turned around for Dawson and Smyth when they were able to see their progression. They felt successful for the first time. I would say there are two areas of improvement in particular. One area is simply processing speed. They’re able to take in information, process it, and respond appropriately. Now Dawson and Smyth can do so at a much faster pace, facilitating better decision-making. The other area is their ability to recover emotionally from everyday life stresses and struggles. Smyth’s ability to process information at a psychological and emotional level has drastically improved.
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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