York, PA (PRWEB) September 29, 2012
The items accepted are peanut butter, instant mixes, canned meats, 100% fruit juices, pastas, rice and dried beans and peas as well as other canned goods. The personal hygiene items accepted are shampoo, deodorant, soap, toilet paper, toothpaste, laundry detergent, paper towels and baby supplies.
Brain Balance Center of York is a comprehensive individualized program that integrates both physical and cognitive exercises, along with dietary change, to help children with neurobehavioral and learning difficulties such as ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, Tourette’s, Asperger’s and autism spectrum disorders. The ultimate goal is to correct the imbalance between the two hemispheres of the brain. It’s all about correcting what Brain Balance creator; Dr. Robert Melillo calls a “communication breakdown” and essentially working to stimulate the weaker hemisphere so it can work in conjunction with the other. The Brain Balance Center of York has been opened and thriving for 16 months, watching dozens of students successfully graduate from the program.
The York County Food Bank is a central serving hub that collects food from a variety of sources and then equitably redistributes this food to their 125 plus agencies or organizations. These organizations include other 501 C-3 non-profit groups, shelters, churches, senior centers, schools and various community centers. A large portion of the food that they receive is generated from food drives or fundraisers that are conducted by individuals, organizations and corporations, such as the October food drive with Brain Balance Center of York.
For more information about Brain Balance Center of York or the food drive, please call 717-793-36-84 or visit http://www.brainbalanceyork.com.
About Brain Balance Center of York
Brain Balance Center of York measures and improves a child’s brain and body function on numerous dimensions. They help children with neurobehavioral and learning difficulties such as ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, Tourette’s, Asperger’s and autism spectrum disorders. To gain a full understanding of the child, they first conduct a comprehensive assessment of all areas of their brain and body function. Then, by integrating physical and cognitive exercises with dietary change, they are able to correct the underlying imbalance, improve function and reduce/eliminate negative behaviors.
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Contact: Brain Balance of York
2300 Carlisle Rd.
York, Pennsylvania, 17408