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Brain Balance celebrates their third anniversary this Saturday from 4-6 p.m.

The Brain Balance Achievement Center invites you to come and celebrate their third year anniversary on Saturday May 22, from 4-6 p.m. They will be hosting an open house inviting families who have previously attended, are currently attending or those who may potentially attend the program! If you are interested in stopping by, they will have inflatable bounce houses for the children to play in as well as gluten free, casein free, and egg free food fair. The facility will also be open for tours.

Brain Balance has served many families in the last three years. Families have relocated from all over the world as well as the United States to receive help for their children. Many children do not have a diagnosis, but are struggling in one or all of the following areas: academically/behaviorally/socially. Brain Balance works with children with ADHD, Asperger’s Syndrome, Learning Disorders, Autism, and other disabilities. The program was founded by Dr. Robert Melillo who has written a book for parents, educators, and physicians called, Disconnected Kids.

Come out and visit Brain Balance Achievement Center, Peachtree City on Saturday from 4-6 p.m. Brain Balance is located at 357 Hwy 74 North, Suite 4, 770-631-3033.

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