Upcoming Seminars to Teach Parents New Method for Working With Children Suffering from Autism, ADHD…Other Neurobehavioral Disorders
CINCINNATI—For many tri-state children, the hustle and bustle of the new school year is already in full swing. To many kids, that means the excitement of new teachers, new challenges, and new friends. However, for the many children in this country suffering from behavioral disorders, the beginning of the school year can be a particularly stressful time, for them and their parents.
The new Brain Balance Center of Cincinnati (http://www.brainbalancecenters.com/center-locator/) announces two upcoming seminars introducing parents to an alternative method for working with children suffering from neurobehavioral disorders—the Brain Balance Program®.
The free lectures will be on Sept. 7 and 21 from 7–8 p.m. at the Doubletree Guest Suites in Sharonville. The Brain Balance Center is scheduled to open sometime in October, depending on enrollment. Evaluations for prospective students will begin in mid-September.
The foundation of the Brain Balance Program® is Hemispheric Integration Therapy (“HIT”). HIT is focused on functionally reconnecting the two hemispheres—right and left—of the brain. The application of it may lead to resolution or improvement of many of the symptoms associated with neurobehavioral disorders such as ADD, Dyslexia, Asperger’s Syndrome and Autism.
Over the course of the informational sessions, parents will learn about the Brain Balance approach to working with kids suffering from neurobehavioral disorders. The presentations will cover how the study of the brain led to the development of the Brain Balance Program®, how neurobehavioral disorders are related, how this relationship is central to the Brain Balance approach, and finally the role proper nutrition plays in reducing symptoms. Parents will also hear what parents of students in the Brain Balance Program® have to say, and will have a chance to ask questions.
“We are thrilled to be bringing a Brain Balance Center to Cincinnati,” said Greg Marischen, Brain Balance Cincinnati Director. “These neurobehavioral disorders are becoming an epidemic in our country. Doctors in the United States last year wrote over 20 million prescriptions of Ritalin for children as young as four. The Brain Balance method is non-drug based and works with each child on an individual basis to help develop their motor/sensory skills, cognitive abilities, nutrition, and brain plasticity.”
Call 513–376-3085 or contact Greg Marischen via e-mail at email@example.com today to reserve your seat at this free educational event. Seating is limited.
There are 34 Brain Balance Centers established across the country, with 22 currently operational. The Brain Balance Center of Cincinnati, located in Mason, will be the first center to open in Ohio. For more information, visit http://www.brainbalancecenters.com/ or http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/pages/Brain-Balance-Center-of-Cincinnati/131664906844658?ref=ts.
About Brain Balance™ Centers:
For more than ten years, the Brain Balance Program® has helped hundreds of children become more focused, improve their academic performance and enhance their communication and social interaction skills. The Brain Balance Program® is an integrated approach that has helped children afflicted with such neurobehavioral disorders as AD/HD, Dyslexia, Autism and other learning disabilities. Brain Balance™ Centers do not rely on drugs, medical procedures or psychotherapy.