I can’t believe the summer is almost over. I’m already buying uniforms, printing out supply lists and shopping for back packs. But that’s the easy stuff. The hard part is transitioning back to school. I know a lot of moms including myself are dreading going back to school after the summer. You maybe surprised how many kids are dreading going back to school as well.
Why are these kids dreading going back to school after the summer?
- So many amazing kids out there who dislike reading
- Poor reading comprehension (have to re-read everything).
- Difficulty writing
- Unable to focus and can’t concentrate.
- Struggle with homework and can’t finish a task.
- Seem disinterested in learning or are a slow learner.
- Tutoring isn’t helping.
- They seem lazy.
- Easily distracted and have a short attention span.
- Hyperactive (acts out in class, a handful at home).
I feel like this as a mom some days. However, as a child dreading going back to school, I can’t imagine what they must be going through. The anxiety they must be feeling.
According to Wes Beach, LMT, CBIT and founder of the Learning Improvement Center, too often these symptoms are not properly recognized or diagnosed, but criticized instead for what is actually a physiological basis rooted in the way the brain processes information.
He says that nearly 20% of students struggle because of learning disabilities such as ADD (attention deficit disorder), ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) and Dyslexia. Parents and teachers should recognize common symptoms that spell out: “This child dreads school because of a learning disability”:
Wes explains that when parents start seeking professional help for their learning disabled child, the more common prescription involves drugs that control hyperactivity and impulses. These may control some symptoms but do not get to the root of the problem, how the brain processes information. Also drugs have side effects, so many parents understandably resist exposing their child to prescription medication.
If you can believe this, there is one all natural, drugless, painless, noninvasive and permanent treatment for learning disabilities that gets directly to the root of the problem–the brain.
It’s called the Crossinology Brain Integration Technique (BIT)!
It’s a hands-on acupressure process that works with 80 sections of the brain.
BIT is based on principles of Applied Physiology that assess and correct learning difficulties.
The treatments get the brain reconnected by establishing connections between otherwise healthy parts of the brain that may not function normally together.
BIT restores connections interrupted by injury or stroke and can help autistic children.
The soothing, relaxing BIT therapy corrects specific brain areas to re-establish electromagnetic integrity shown missing in the assessment. That is, BIT enables the brain to learn.
For 20 years, the treatments have been producing measurable and permanent improvements in academics, focus and emotions.
How Can I Found Out More About BIT?
BIT expert Wes Beach is offering three free, detailed talks with Q & A about how the brain processes information and how BIT works on the brain to permanently correct and alleviate symptoms of ADD, ADHD, Dyslexia and other learning problems in children (and adults). A raffle for a free BIT assessment worth $100 is offered following each talk:
Thursday, September 22 at 6:30 pm – Spanish River Library, 1501 Spanish River Blvd, Boca Raton, FL 33431
Wednesday, September 28 at 6:30pm – Olympic Heights Community High School, 20101 Lyons Road, Boca Raton 33434
Thursday, September 29 at 6:30 pm – Palm Beach Gardens Community High School, 4245 Holly Dr., Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410
RSVP needed to attend the talks: 561-809-4985 or online at the Website www.LearningImprovementCenter.com/free-lecture/
More Scoop about Wes Beach
Wes Beach, LMT, CBIT, once suffered from a learning disability himself. “I couldn’t get through college because of all of the reading. I didn’t like to read because I couldn’t comprehend the material,” he said. That was before he was introduced to BIT treatments.
“Now I have a supercharged hunger for learning. The difference is, with BIT therapy my life has totally changed,” he said. “Like me, kids and adults with learning difficulties have the ability to do so much more; life doesn’t have to be so frustrating and hard. I know this to be true with me.”
Wes Beach founded the Learning Improvement Center in 2007 in Boca Raton. He helps children (and adults) with ADD, ADHD, Dyslexia and other learning disabilities to improve memory, concentration, spelling, reading, multi-tasking, balance and coordination through Crossinology® Brain Integration Technique (BIT) therapy. He strongly believes in the power of the therapy because he has experienced positive, life-changing improvements himself with this work.
Learning Improvement Center, LLC