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Brain Balance of Coral SpringsCoral Springs, FL
Brain Balance Achievement Centers seeks a goal-driven individual who is detail oriented, to work as a Center Director with children who have different types of neurobehavioral disorders including ADHD, Dyslexia, Asperger’s and processing disorders.
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FULL TIME Special Educator W / Experience - Director in Education Center
Brain Balance of Coral SpringsCoral Springs, FL
Our program helps children with social, academic, and behavioral issues including learning disabilities, ADHD, dyslexia, autism/Asperger's, processing disorders, OCD, & Tourette's. 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.
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