Brain Balance center hosts grand opening and educational events

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ST. GEORGE – Brain Balance of St. George invites everyone to join a grand opening celebration on Tuesday, June 12th at the Brain Balance Center located at 446 S. Mall Drive in St. George.

Parents, teachers, medical professionals, and anyone involved with children who have neurological disorders, learning disabilities or behavioral problems will be particularly interested in this unique opportunity to meet the world’s leading expert on neurobehavioral disorders, Dr. Robert Melillo.  You will also have the opportunity to tour the new facility and see what Brain Balance is all about.

Take the first step to a new life and join us:

11:00 a.m. Ribbon cutting & open house
12:00 – 3 p.m. Grand opening party
•    Meet and greet with Dr. Robert Melillo
•    Book signing
•    Tour the Brain Balance center
•    Bouncy house
•    Face painting
•    Balloons
•    SubZero ice cream
•    Scholarship giveaways and other great prizes

Brain Balance offers a drug-free, non-medical program in 60 nationwide locations.  For over 10 years this program has been successful in helping thousands of children overcome their learning and behavioral disabilities and reach their social, academic and physical potential.

Brain Balance treats attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, autism spectrum disorders, Asperger’s/pervasive developmental disorder, Tourette’s syndrome, anxiety and sensory disorders, processing disorders, dyslexia and other learning disabilities.

In addition to the ribbon cutting, open house and party, Dr. Melillo will provide free educational presentations on Tuesday, June 12th and Wednesday, June 13th from 6:30–8:30 p.m. in the Desert Hills High School Auditorium at 828 Desert Hills Drive in St. George.

Anyone involved with children who have neurological disorders, learning disabilities or behavioral problems are invited to participate in this unique opportunity to learn directly from the world’s leading expert and pioneer in the area of functional disconnection and its relationship to neurobehavioral disorders. To RSVP for one of these presentations, or if you have any questions, please call 435-627-8500.

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