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There are ways to help a child who struggles with learning and socializing. In the end, the goal is to help him or her perform well in academics, have less pressure at home and even enjoy mingling with others. #brainbalance #helpingchildren #ADHD
As a parent, you may get anxious when your child sets out for middle or high school. It’s a whole new world, with bigger challenges to face and potential struggles to battle, not just academically but also socially. If you have a child with social and behavioral issues like ADD/ADHD, you may have enhanced fear ... Read More...
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Instead of asking how your child did compared to the class, ask how he/she did compared to the last assignment. #brainbalance #helpfulhint
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Learn how to help your students with dyslexia become empowered! http://bit.ly/2hKSDhP #brainbalance #dyslexia #reading #dyslexiaprofile
Dyslexia affects people in different ways and leads to problems with learning, especially reading and writing. However, there are techniques that help manage this condition. By empowering people with dyslexia with a few well-honed ways of managing issues, their confidence will soar. Get a Dyslexia Profile People with dyslexia have different learning styles as well ... Read More...
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Learn about Seasonal Affective Disorder: SAD, some symptoms and more. #brainbalance #seasonalaffectivedisorder #SAD
By Dr. Mark Goldenberg At this time of holiday cheer, excitement, vacations from school, and office parties we would expect our spirits to be high. Unfortunately, there are children and adults who, because of the decreased daylight, experience different kinds of emotions which can be attributed to a condition known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). ... Read More...
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Read on to learn about mistakes to avoid when parenting a child With sensory issues. As parents learn what experiences generate a positive or negative response from their child, they create a routine to benefit their family. #brainbalance #parenting #SPD #sensoryissues
Parenting a child with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) or sensory issues is a tough job. SPD is defined as a pattern of the brain failing to detect or appropriately respond to messages from the senses, and it can result in over-stimulation, under-stimulation, frustration and anger. Understanding what experiences generate abnormal responses in a child takes ... Read More...
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Learn more about The Brain Balance Program from our founder Dr. Robert Melillo during our first live parent webinar of 2017! Please click below and register to attend on January 11th at 8pm EDT.
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There are ways you can boost your child’s self-esteem and confidence in schoolwork! #brainbalance #selfesteem #learningdisabilities #school
Children with learning disabilities may lose their self-esteem and confidence, especially in school; this lack of confidence may lead to poor performance, which creates a vicious cycle as school performance suffers. However, there are ways you can boost your child’s self-esteem and confidence in schoolwork. Encourage Talent Encourage your child’s natural talent and gifts. If ... Read More...
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1777 North California Blvd, Ste 330 Walnut Creek, CA 94596
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After school learning centers for kids with ADHD, Dyslexia, Learning Disabilities and Processing Disorders.
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The Brain Balance Program® brings hope to families of children who suffer with behavioral, academic, and social challenges. Our specialized achievement centers offer a drug-free, whole-child approach to many of the behavioral, developmental, and learning disorders
that plague so many children today.

Brain Balance Achievement Centers offer the Brain Balance Program® in over 100 (and growing) locations* nationwide. 

*Brain Balance Achievement Centers are independently owned and operated. Individual results may vary.