Great way to start your Spring! FREE Event! Meet many other local professionals at this one of a kind center in Maine.... Scarborough NeuoDevelopement Center! Free drinks & food, vendors, 50/50 for the American Heart Association, door prizes (Bring one to promo your bus!) as well as some of the best networking in Maine & NH!
Parking may be tight in our lot so you can park behind Lois's natural foods which is the next building over from us. You may enter through the NeuoDevelopement Center or Wells Fargo office.
Next event is May 6th at PeoplesChoice Credit Union, Saco!
Join us here: www.ThinkLocalCommunityNetworking.org
Scarborough NeuroDevelopment Center provides Rehabilitation Therapy Services as well as Academic and Athletic enhancement programs.
Open to the public... FREE for TL! Members & Guests!!
Scarborough NeuoDevelopement Center:
"We have decades of experience working with people of all ages. Our service delivery model is unique, in that it incorporates a highly research-based and clinically sound technology, the Interactive Metronome (IM) into each of these areas. Interactive Metronome technology is a brain-based, interactive computer technology which enhances cognitive motor performance by increasing neurological speed, thereby increasing cognitive and motor performance.
To be the BEST, a person must be given the opportunity to train their mind, body and now their BRAIN. Like any muscle in the body the brain needs to be finely tuned for peak performance. The human brain can be trained by increasing, regenerating and strengthening neural pathways. Use of the IM will improve your rhythm, timing, coordination, concentration, focus, balance, decision making, cognitive processing speed and motor planning and sequencing.
Take the opportunity to train at a level ABOVE and BEYOND your COMPETITION! Make an appointment (207)[masked] for your specialized therapy to maximize your Neurological Potential.
The smallest difference between YOU and YOUR competitors determines who will fulfill their dreams and who will not."