6.1 million children ages 2 -17 have been diagnosed with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyper-Activity Disorder).  In fact, the CDC says that 11 percent of American children, ages 4 to 17, have the attention disorder -- that’s an increase of 42 percent in just eight years!* 

Watch our video to learn more about the signs and symptoms of ADHD in children

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ADHD Signs and Symptoms

ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyper-Activity Disorder)  is characterized by developmentally inappropriate levels of inattention and/or hyperactive-impulsive behavior. If you have a child with attention issues and learning difficulties, it can be stressful for the whole family. 

While many children may experience occasional impassivity or inattention, a child with ADHD will experience these symptoms to a degree that interferes with his or her ability to function at home and at school on a recurring basis. 

Brain Balance Can Help with ADHD in Children

Parents saw a 42% improvement, on average, in their child’s ability to learn in school after completing the Brain Balance program**.

After completing Brain Balance, parents saw a 33% improvement, on average, in their child’s ability to focus***.

If your child is experiencing inappropriate levels of inattention, hyperactivity or impulsive behavior, we invite you to consider the Brain Balance Program. Learn how Brain Balance gets to the root of the problem to help your child uncover their full potential. 

Get started with a plan for your child today!

 

*Cited by The A.D.D. Resource Center, Inc. (https://www.addrc.org/adhd-numbers-facts-statistics-and-you/).
**Results based on a parent evaluation form filled out pre and post-program where the parents ranked a set of statements about their child, on a scale from 0-10 (0=not observed/does not apply and 10=frequently observed). Statement: Child has difficulty learning in school – 42% improvement for median student (2015-2018, data for 4,069 students where parents reported this issue)
.***Results based on a parent evaluation form filled out pre and post-program where the parents ranked a set of statements about their child, on a scale from 0-10 (0=not observed/does not apply and 10=frequently observed). Statement: Child has attention difficulties – 33% improvement for median student (2015-2018 data for 5,886 students where parents reported this issue).