Childhood Developmental & Learning Disorders – A Functional Neurological Approach

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The number of children diagnosed with developmental and learning disorders, such as attention deficit (hyperactivity) disorder (ADD/ADHD), dyspraxia, dyslexia, Tourette’s syndrome, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and autistic spectrum disorder has risen dramatically. The academic achievement (or lack of it) is usually the main concern, but invariably there are motor and limbic/emotional components as well as the cognitive. Despite an often multi-faceted approach to treatment and support, the neurological imbalances and functional disconnects associated with these disorders usually go diagnosed and untreated.

This weekend (10th & 11th December) Darren and Nicole will be delivering a seminar in Copenhagen which will discuss the neurological mechanisms underlying childhood developmental and learning disorders. They will teach how to identify which regions of the brain are involved and show ‘in clinic’ and ‘at home’ functional neurorehabilitative strategies. 

For more information please visit Neuroseminars Childhood Developmental and Learning Disorders

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