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End the Struggle: Understanding a Brain-Based Approach to ADHD, Social, Academic, and Behavioral Issues

 Written by: Brain Balance Richmond TeamWould you like to be able to say: "No more school issues, the teachers have seen a big difference in him......."Do you want to help your child and family...

October is Dyslexia Awareness Month: TNCS Offers Programs to Learn More

October is knocking at the door and it's a good time to check out resources for kids struggling with dyslexia. October is Dyslexia Awareness Month.Estimates by the National Institute of Child Health and Development...

The Brain Balance Approach to a Healthy Brain: Scientists Make Gut-brain Connection

By: Mark Smith D.C., D.A.B.C.N, F.A.C.F.NAt the Brain Balance Achievement Center, we are concerned about brain function and how to alleviate the symptoms of ADHD, Dyslexia, Learning Disorder, Asperger’s and Autism. As part of...

Unbelievable Savings Right Here on Richmondmom.com

Would you like to save $25 by opening a savings account for your child's future education? How about getting free admission for one to the Science Museum of Virginia, or 1/2 price tickets to...

Learning Disabilities — Get Help from Friends of Quinn

By Sam Marx & Adriana Dakin, Friends of QuinnTo many, having a learning disability is more than just having a difficult time learning.  It is often a huge barrier that must be crossed every...

Abnormal Functional Brain Connectivity Described In ADHD Children

Thanks to Dr. Mark S. Smith, DC, DABCN, executive director of the Richmond Brain Balance Achievement Center for compiling and presenting this information.A recent paper highlights several key factors in helping us understand the...

My Son Has a Peanut Allergy Too: And I’m Scared

By: Theresa Marie Green, Guest Writer Theresa is a mother who knows all-too-well how serious food allergies can be. Her son is allergic to peanuts and although she takes every precaution possible to protect him,...

Facing the Challenges of Asperger’s and Transitioning to College

Courage to Succeed program helps ease the way through college for those who need a little extra help. For students with Asperger’s Syndrome the first day of college is filled with fear and anxiety. Charterhouse...

Special Needs kids in Richmond have a new playgroup: Celebrating Holland

"But if you spend your life mourning the fact that you didn’t go to Italy, you may never be free to enjoy the very special, the very lovely things about Holland."--- Emily Pearl Kingsley“Celebrating...

Children’s Museum of Richmond offers Play for All Richmond children with special needs

Play for ALL Initiative - Family Evenings The Children’s Museum of RichmondIn efforts to bring the joy of play and discovery to every child The Children’s Museum of Richmond will hold an evening exclusively...

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