Kids are invited to a fun, interactive music session with musician and story teller Steve Blunt at the Peabody Institute Library in Danvers! This family program is for patrons of all ages… featuring mostly humorous original compositions and traditional American & multicultural selections.
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According to a 2008 study that was published in the journal Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology, children with ADHD symptoms are almost 10 times as likely as others to be regular targets of bullying that occurring in school.
With October being National ADHD Awareness Month, National Dyslexia Awareness Month and National Bullying Prevention Month, Brain Balance Achievement Centers of Danvers is stressing the importance of 'walking in the shoes' of a child with a learning and behavioral disorder.
The Brain Balance Program™ was designed based upon the following ten unique principles with regard to our approach to helping children with various neurobehavioral and developmental disorders such as Autism, Asperger’s, ADD/ADHD, Learning Disabilities and others:
The Brain Balance Achievement Center of Danvers is proud to announce open enrollment for our summer program. The Brain Balance Program® provides a drug-free solution for families with children challenged with social, behavioral and academic difficulties such as ADHD, learning differences and Autism Spectrum Disorders. Brain Balance Achievement Center believes these and other similar disorders don't have to be a life-long struggle.
Get ready for an exciting and fun magic show developed especially for kids and families! Mike Bent began his career in magic at age 6, when he checked out his first magic book from the library. That book started him on the path to a lifetime love of learning, creativity and performance that literally changed his life. Come see his show and enjoy fuun magic and comedy designed just for families!
The Danvers Memorial Day parade begins at Town Hall at 9 a.m. sharp, and will follow the traditional route of previous years - down Sylvan Street, through downtown and back to Town Hall. Stops and placement of wreaths will be at the Porter Cemetery on High Street, Lane Parkway, and the Memorial Flag Pole in Danvers Square. A reviewing stand will be at the corner of Elm and Essex streets. The Memorial Day exercise will commence at Town Hall upon parade completion. Any veterans interested in marching arrive at 8:30.
North Shore Community College is proud to offer kids entering grades 3–8 a summer of fun, interesting, mind bending classes that focus on making cool science experiments like flowing volcanoes and foaming potions. And it wouldn't be summer if you didn't get to have some fun fitness time playing games inside and out. And surprise everyone when you make your own delicious and healthy recipes - fruit smoothies, homemade granola, fruit kabobs, and more. Then get onboard for hobby shop time. Build a bird house, learn to stitch a puppet, or make your own room sign or treasure box. Come one week, four weeks, half days or all days, you will never do the same thing twice on your journey.
The Brain Balance Achievement Center of Danvers is proud to host a free workshop at the Danvers center featuring Brain Balance founder Dr. Steven Bromberg. The workshop provides drug-free solutions for families that have children suffering with social, behavior and academic difficulties such as with ADHD, Learning Differences and Autism Spectrum Disorders. This workshop is not to be missed as Dr. Bromberg will provide parents with real activities they can do at home to help their children and immediately see changes.
A new clinical trial demonstrates the efficacy of the Brain Balance program in boosting academic performance and reducing symptoms of hyperactivity and inattention in children with ADHD.
The study included 122 children ages 6 to 13 that were diagnosed with ADHD. Upon the completion of a 12-week program, 81% of the children no longer demonstrated ADHD related behaviors. Academic performance improved by more than 2 grade levels in reading and math reasoning in 84% and 81% of the children tested respectively.