I would like to thank all the attendees for participating during the lecture. Since we all shared and worked together to better understand what is going on when someone reacts in an unexpected way. We all shared our experiences and learned from each other.
I would also like to thank Jen for sharing her expertise, experiences and her tools which will help all of us navigate our world. It was such a thrill lecturing with my daughter. Who knows, maybe it will become a theme here at Johnson Compounding & Wellness…keep an eye out for upcoming Father/Daughter lectures.
Recap of Help for ADD, ADHD, Asperger’s and Autism lecture on Saturday December 5th.
Here are the recordings for both parts of the lecture Help for ADD, ADHD, Asperger’s and Autism presented on Saturday, December 5th.
We had a great group of attendees which also included parents and grandparents. There were many insightful moments when people thought “oh, he is not ignoring me” and “now I have some tools to help”.
We all learned from each other and by the end of the presentation and question and answer period, most people felt empowered to make their life and the life of their loved ones easier. We learned how what we may think is a simple request, others may be overwhelmed by the number of steps necessary to complete the task. Simple tools like having the task broken down into each step, writing the steps on a white board can turn getting ready for school in the morning from a huge battle to an easy task.
Here are the recordings of the lecture.
Part 1 of the discussion was presented by Dr. Gary Kracoff NMD, RPh. He discussed the benefits of homeopathy, supplementation, and a good diet.
The second part of the lecture was presented by Jen Kracoff Berk MS CCC-SLP who is a speech language pathologist. She discussed how they experience the demands and expectations of daily life and tools we can implement to help them navigate more effectively in our world.
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