ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) is a condition characterized by developmentally inappropriate levels of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsive behavior.
In young children, these issues may not yet be categorized as a specific diagnosis, but a child with significant behavioral issues may exhibit signs of anxiety, have frequent and severe tantrums, be manipulative, and/or be repetitively defiant towards those in authority.
Processing disorders, like auditory processing disorder, visual processing disorder, and sensory processing disorder are caused by a deficiency in a person’s ability to effectively use the information gathered by the senses.
High Functioning Autism is characterized by social impairments, communication difficulties, motor coordination issues, and restrictive, repetitive, and stereotyped patterns of behavior. As well as being deemed to be cognitively higher functioning than other people with autism.
The Science Behind Brain Balance
Although decades of complex research have gone into discovering the scientific principles that are the precursors of the Brain Balance Program®, understanding how our unique program works is simple.
A properly functioning brain communicates between both hemispheres as well as within each hemisphere at lightning speed. Think of these communications like runners in a relay race: They connect, pass on information, and release, repeating this process millions of times a minute. In a poorly functioning brain, these runners are often out of sync, missing each other or passing on only partial information. This miscommunication is called Functional Disconnection and is at the root of all types of neurobehavioral and learning problems.
With the primary goal of improving your child’s function, we’ve discovered the optimal approach is to implement a program that consists of academic and sensory-motor activities in combination with simple dietary changes.
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Children with neurobehavioral challenges such as ADHD, processing disorders, dyslexia and other learning disorders often struggle with greater school stress than do neurotypical children. Generally, kids with learning disorders want to excel in school and socialize in a typical way, yet they lack the tools to do so. This in itself creates significant stress for children. Students with these types of challenges are also frequently exposed to bullying behaviors in the classroom. Fortunately, there are proactive steps you can take to advocate for your child and to help him or her practice effective stress management. Learn More

Children with neurobehavioral challenges such as ADHDprocessing disorders, dyslexia and other learning disorders often struggle with greater school stress than do neurotypical children. Generally, kids with learning disorders want to excel in school and socialize in a typical way, yet they lack the tools to do so. This in itself creates significant stress for children. Students with these types of challenges are also frequently exposed to bullying behaviors in the classroom. Fortunately, there are proactive steps you can take to advocate for your child and to help him or her practice effective stress managementLearn More

  • September 19, 2014
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Your instincts and your child’s reports are telling you that your child is struggling at school. However, before you approach the school, you need to have your facts straight. Here are some signs to look out for when deciding if a school intervention for learning disorder is needed. Learn More

Your instincts and your child’s reports are telling you that your child is struggling at school. However, before you approach the school, you need to have your facts straight. Here are some signs to look out for when deciding if a school intervention for learning disorder is needed. Learn More

  • September 11, 2014
Legally, if your child has a learning disability or developmental delay, he or she is entitled to extra support from the attending school. The beginning of the school year is the best time to garner school support for your child’s learning and behavioral challenges. Read on to find out some of the best ways to get school help for a learning disorder or other childhood developmental issue. Read More —> BrainBalanceCenters.com

Legally, if your child has a learning disability or developmental delay, he or she is entitled to extra support from the attending school. The beginning of the school year is the best time to garner school support for your child’s learning and behavioral challenges. Read on to find out some of the best ways to get school help for a learning disorder or other childhood developmental issue. Read More —> BrainBalanceCenters.com

  • September 4, 2014

A Mom, and Dad talking about their 6 year old’s experience in his program at Brain Balance of Greenville.

  • September 4, 2014
Victoria Naumann
Executive Director
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Charlotte Staff
Charlotte, NC
Achievement Center
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Cornelius Staff
Cornelius, NC
Achievement Center
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Greenville Staff
Greenville, SC
Achievement Center
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Sylvia Moneti
Executive Director
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Elizabeth Graham
Charlotte Center Director
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Marci Herron
Cornelius Center Director
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Mary Baker
Greenville Center Director
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Brain Balance is a class act, and my husband and I very highly recommend the program to any family whose child(ren) are experiencing difficulties in any of the areas along the ADHD- Autism Spectrum. It is well worth the fee, and the results are amazing!

Lisa Marie
Parent

Celebration of firsts! First night of 2nd grade homework and first night we didn’t have frustration, tears, or anger. I realize it is early in the school year but any first is worth celebrating! We owe it all to the brain balance program!

Kelly N.
Parent

Brain Balance has taken time, but has returned to us the quality of life that was consumed by our son’s difficulties prior to this program. I highly recommend this program to any family who has a child who struggles. Now there is more room for my son to shine as he was meant to.

Kelly G.
Parent