I have never been a fly on a wall when one parent has referred Brain Fit to another, but I imagine the conversation might start something like this…
“Have you ever heard of Brain Fit Academy?”
What we do at Brain Fit can be hard to describe. Hard to explain.
Primitive Reflex Integration- What?!? Brain Gym? Brain, who now?!?
I get it. As a parent first coming to Brain Fit I had a hard time understanding too. And to explain it to someone else? Well, that was even harder. And even now as a coach, it can be hard to explain. And then, when you’re trying to explain it to parents of children with differing needs? That just adds to the complication!
At Brain Fit, we do rely a lot on word of mouth for clients. We love when parents refer us to others because even if you can’t explain what we do, you can explain how it has helped your child.
People come to Brain Fit because we’re different. Many seem to come because they’ve exhausted other methods and are looking for something else.
We’re the something else.
We get to the root cause of many challenges that kids have and we do it in a way people haven’t heard of. Therefore, hard to explain:
- No Context to go off of for many
- No easy way to talk about what we do and why we do it.
When you’ve tried other treatments such as more traditional OT, or other therapies and you want to compare the two, you can’t. You can’t because other therapies don’t work the same. Other therapies treat the symptoms. We treat the root cause.
We treat the root cause of challenges, we work to reorganize the brain, and we see positive changes in the clients.
Honestly- if every parent of a child that has gone through Brain Fit told this one sentence…
“Brain Fit treats the root cause of challenges, they work to reorganize the brain, and they see positive changes in their clients.”
…to five other parents with children that are struggling we’d be sure to have people knocking down our doors!
So- there you are parents of Brain Fit kids- a challenge for you if you are so inclined. Share that sentence with five other parents with struggling kids.
You might even want to start with “Have you heard of Brain Fit Academy?”
And when you do, can I be a fly on the wall?