Brain exercises may help ADHD, doc says
February 18, 2013 (CHICAGO) -- New research suggests that the number of ADHD diagnoses has increased by nearly 25 percent in the last decade. While medication is the most common method for masking the symptoms, many parents are seeking alternative options.
There are many exercises that parents can have their children practice at home to help develop their brain. Dr. Jeremy Fritz, Director of Brain Balance Achievement Centers of Chicago, explain some of the exercises.
Parent Lecture at Brain Balance Achievement Centers of Chicago
What: Parents can come learn and ask questions about child brain development, signs in their children that may indicate a neurobehavioral issue.
When: Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Time: 6:30 pm
Address: 1101 South Milwaukee Avenue, Suite 105, Vernon Hills
To register: Call (847) 821-1328
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