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Brain Balance of Coral SpringsCoral Springs, FL
Research shows that the brain can develop new pathways and networks, which improve cognitive ability and performance in many areas of life. Brain Balance helps to unleash a person’s untapped potential with the leading drug-free program designed to enhance cognitive performance and emotional wellbeing.
Full-time
Part Time Exercise And Learning Coach
Brain Balance of Coral SpringsCoral Springs, FL
Brain Balance combines physical and sensory exercises with academic / cognitive skills training and healthy nutrition. Move your career forward in a positive way with Brain Balance of Coral Springs.
Part-time
jobsearcher.com/articlesOragami Skills Needed To Do
If you can fold paper and enjoy partaking in fun conversations and snacks, then this is the place for you!
By the time you finish training, you’ll know how to teach, connect with kids of all ages, administrate, and even sell a great class.
FULL TIME Special Educator W / Experience - Director in Education Center
Brain Balance of Coral SpringsCoral Springs, FL
Brain Balance Achievement Center of Coral Springs seeks dynamic team members who would like to be cross-trained to serve in 3 important positions: Sensory Motor Coach, Cognitive Coach, and Program Director.
Full-time
1 on 1: Exercise & Learning Coach
Brain Balance of Coral SpringsCoral Springs, FL
Our unique program works with child with DX's such as: ADHD, ASD, ODD, Dyslexia or various Processing Disorders. Brain Balance Achievement Centers is hiring for a PART-TIME Sensory Motor Coach for our center.

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