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Understanding Autism and Decoding Neurodevelopmental Disorders
October 4, 2022 @ 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm CDTFree
The Place for Children with Autism and Premier Wellness Chiropractic have partnered together to present this free workshop
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
Join pediatric health and neuro expert Dr. Tony Ebel for an extremely unique workshop that explores the role of prenatal stress and birth trauma and intervention in children with chronic neurological challenges such as autism, ADHD, sensory processing, anxiety, mood disorders, and more.
This workshop breaks down concepts regarding the nervous system into simple terms so you can understand what your child is experiencing, why they are experiencing it, and how you can help. If you feel like you’ve tried everything to help your child and are still searching for answers, this workshop is for you!
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Dr. Tony Ebel with PWC Chiropractic combines his passion and ‘neuro nerd’ scientific understanding of the nervous system with years of clinical experience, both as a practitioner of 15 years and as a father to Oliver, his 13-year-old son who suffered significant birth trauma and neurological injury at birth.
By applying the clinical protocols he had developed at PWC Chiropractic, Oliver was able to make a complete and full recovery… and now today PWC is the world’s largest Pediatric Chiropractic clinic, with a specialty in tough neurological conditions such as autism, epilepsy, ADHD, and more.
Dr. Tony now teaches and trains nearly 1,000 pediatric chiropractors around the world through online and in-person educational seminars, working hard each day to take this work to kids and families everywhere searching for neurologically-focused, drug-free help!
ABOUT THE HOST
The Place for Children with Autism is an award winning autism provider. The Place provides autism therapy (ABA therapy) to children ages 2-6 in a pre-school setting. The Place specializes in increasing communication, social skills, independent living skills, and preparing kiddos for the school setting.