Podcast: Let's Go on a Discover Brillia Journey!

Podcast: Let's Go on a Discover Brillia Journey!
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Happy 2020! I’m so happy to have you tuned in to our very first podcast of the New Year. On this episode we will be talking all things Brillia. Most of you know my son started the program October 2019. Since then I’ve saw so much progress and growth in him that I just had to share with all of my friends. Please feel free to check out the @discoverbrillia Instagram page for further details about the product. Enjoy - @adhdparent 🧡
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