Press Release – updated: Jan 9, 2020 14:14 EST
CEDAR PARK, Texas, January 9, 2020 (Newswire.com) – Brain Balance Achievement Center in Cedar Park, Texas, has been designated as a Board Certified Cognitive Center (IBCCC) by the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES). The designation requires that center staff complete a training and professional certification program that focuses on individuals with a variety of needs, such as anxiety, dyslexia, autism and ADHD.
“When looking for options to help a child who has moderate to severe challenges, there are not many attractive options. Progress is slow and children often don’t reach their full potential. At Brain Balance, we are the experts. Brain Balance identifies the root cause of the problem and, typically, we start making progress quickly. This could be the most important thing you do in your child’s future,” said Frank Francis, Executive Director of the Cedar Park location.
For almost 20 years, IBCCES has been the industry leader in cognitive disorder training and certification for healthcare, education and corporate professionals around the globe.
“Since Brain Balance Centers work with children with a variety of needs and cognitive disorders, the Board Certified Cognitive Center program is a perfect fit. Our program complements the team’s existing areas of focus, enhancing their understanding of these cognitive areas and helping them to continue to have a positive impact on the thousands of families they serve,” said Myron Pincomb, IBCCES Board Chairman.
“Professional training is incredibly important in our industry, and IBCCES has standardized training and certification that is globally recognized,” said Dr. Rebecca Jackson, Vice President of Programs and Outcomes at Brain Balance Achievement Centers. “We worked closely with the IBCCES team to develop instruction that meets the needs of our more than 100 centers. This new training program will give our team an even greater understanding as they work with students who face challenges with attention and focus, anxiety, learning, socialization and more.”
Brain Balance of Cedar Park collaborates with local therapeutic centers and schools to ensure that their shared students/patients are reaping the benefits of all the community has to offer. The Center regularly participates in events geared towards children with special needs as well as providing CPE hours for teacher development hours. The Center will begin to hold free public monthly educational panels starting January 2020 on a variety of developmental, behavioral and academic topics.
Meredith Tekin, President
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Brain Balance of Cedar Park
Frankie Francis, Executive Director