Upcoming Events

Nov 8, 2PM
ADDRESSING LEARNING PROBLEMS: FROM LEARNING DISABILITIES TO AUTISM

ADDRESSING LEARNING PROBLEMS:  FROM LEARNING DISABILITIES TO AUTISM

 

There hath no temptation (peirasmos - trial)  taken you but such as man can bear:  but God is faithful, who will not suffer you to be tried above that ye are able; but will with the trial make also the way of escape, that ye may be able to endure it.  I Cor 10: 13 ASV 1901

 

                For over 40 years, the neurodevelopmental approach to working with learning, sensory, visual,  mobility, fine motor, speech and language problems, etc.   has been offering hope to parents of children.  It does not matter whether the child has a label of ADD, ADHD, dyslexia, learning disabled, CAPD, PDD, autism, mental retardation, developmental delay, brain injured, Downs, CP...improvement is possible.  People trained in the neurodevelopmental approach look at the causes of problems, train the parents to work with their child at home on an individualized program specific to the issues.  Given the truth of brain plasticity (the ability of the brain to change and adapt), function determines structure - the manner in which the brain is used impacts function and structure tremendously.  Thus, function can be improved through specific stimulation of the central nervous system. The neurodevelopmental model is a powerful tool to evaluate and determine problem areas and provide hope for functional progress.

 

          It isnít easy; it is work; but there is hope.  You do not have to accept limits on your childís potential or a life of dependence on drugs.

 

SEMINAR DETAILS:

 

          Speaker:  Kay Ness, Certified Neurodevelopmentalist, ICANDO.org     

          Location:  Chalcedon Presbyterian Church - chalcedon.org

                  302 Pilgrim Mill Rd., Cumming, Ga. 30040

                  Church phone number:  770 205 9390

          Date:  Saturday, November 8, 2008

          Time:  2:00 to 5:00 PM

          Suggested donation:  $25 per person, $40 per couple

          For more information:  770 619 9843

         

Please join us for this practical, informative seminar. 

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