ADHD + Sensory Categories
Does Your Child Have ADHD or Sensory Challenges?
Have you ever felt like you don’t fully understand what they are feeling or why their behaviors can be out of control? We get it, it can be confusing to understand what you’ve been told about your child’s challenges and even more difficult to know what you should be doing to help them.
We have talked with so many families who are walking a mile in your exact shoes. Parents, it’s not easy trying to find out how to help your child with ADHD and SENSORY challenges and even harder when you don’t fully understand the way your child sees their world.
Join us for this webinar on Tuesday, February 18th at 6:15 pm PST to understand your child more fully and how their body is trying to adapt to their stress.
Our goal is to help you to understand not only what to do to help your child but how to see the stress on the inside of their body and how it is contributing to different behaviors in everyday life.
Meet Dr. Kevin Priestley, The Facilitator of ADHD + Sensory Categories
Our practice exists to help people recognize that what made the body heals the body.
The body is a self-regulating, self-maintaining organism that is controlled and regulated by the nerve system. If there is an interruption in the nerve system, the body’s ability to function fully is diminished. Every experience you have is through your nerve system. If that interruption occurs the essence of life is diminished. Doctors of Chiropractic are the only health professionals that detect this interruption, called a Vertebral Subluxation Complex. It is our purpose to inspire, promote and celebrate healthy lifestyles by detecting the subluxation and guiding our practice members to a new experience of life.
Don’t Miss Out On This Opportunity to Improve Your Child’s Life!
For children who are living with ADHD or sensory challenges, behaviors such as these are common:
-Constantly moving and on the go!
-Sleeping issues and trouble turning their brain off at night
-Trouble with transitions and routine changes
-Lack of focus- grades, speech, and learning challenges
-Trouble connecting the dots
-Balance and coordination challenges- tripping, clumsy, disconnected, or low tone
If these symptoms seem familiar, don’t miss out on this online webinar on Tuesday, February 18th at 6:15 pm PST with Dr. Kevin Priestley, as we go in-depth to:
1. Figure out your child’s ADHD and Sensory category
2. See the stress that is associated with each category
3. Gather action steps to help your child function better
Whether it is affecting their day to day activities or it is underlying stress that your child is feeling, this will be a great WEBINAR to get the answers as to WHY your kid is struggling and WHAT you can do to HELP them be less stressed!
We Are Here to Help!