This talk reveals the top seven preventive measures you can take (before conception and after birth) to reduce the risk of your child developing autism, hyperactivity or learning disorders.
Identifiable DNA snips make some families at higher risks. However, it is environmental factors that drive these illnesses, as evidenced by the dramatic rise in the incidence of autism–genetic risks alone do not account for this rapid rise. Nowadays, a newborn child has around a 1% chance of being autistic, and around a 10% chance of being affected by ADD/ADHD. These problems create a lifetime of challenge both for the child and the parents.
This talk is from 7-8pm on Wednesday, 11 March. More details here. To register, please call 2523 7121 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.