So what’s being assessed? Both the brain and the body. According to the center’s website, it operates under the theory that the brain can be changed — and so its programs combine physical and cognitive exercises with diet changes to help children with neurobehavioral and learning difficulties such as ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, Tourette’s, Asperger’s and autism spectrum disorders.
Along with the donation to YCLS, each assessed individual will have his or her name placed on the wall of the center, “demonstrating a collaborative effort to donate the money to the York County Library System,” according to a release.
Curious about Brain Balance of York? Its director, Michael Swank, will speak at 6:30 p.m. Jan. 30 at the Dover Area Community Library, 3700-3 Davidsburg Road, Dover. Visit bit.ly/bbdoverlibrary for details and to RSVP, or call 717-793-3684.