Tuesday, February 26, 2019 - 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm


Parents,

Maybe your child has been given a label of ADHD, ASD, SPD or maybe you just know in your gut there’s more going on with your child than others realize… it’s time to attend the Perfect Storm! And now you can attend from the comfort of your home.

As featured on Fox 17, Dr. Dustin McIver is a husband, father of two, doctor, and speaker on a mission helping parents unlock the potential of their children that often gets buried under the diagnosis of sensory and learning disorders.

Join Dr. Dustin McIver at the Perfect Storm to learn more!

Once you have your tickets, you will be emailed the ZOOM link for the webinar the day of the event!

HOT TOPICS:

1. Dr. Dustin breaks all the rules and talks about all the reasons our children need help. From both the outside and the inside, we will help you put together the information you need to know why your child is struggling.

2. We’ll give you step by step help that you can use to start making a difference for your child IMMEDIATELY. Together we help you learn how to MINIMIZE the tough days and MAXIMIZE the good days for your child at home and school.

We can’t wait to meet you!

WHO SHOULD ATTEND THE PERFECT STORM, ADHD & Sensory Workshop:

Parents who are worried about their child’s growth, development, mood, focus, sleep, eating, overall wellness and performance at home and school

Parents who have children who have received a diagnosis, such as ASD, ADHD, SPD

Family members who help care for children who are struggling

Professionals who serve children ages 0-18 years

Contact:

Cost: FREE
Event Website: Click to Visit
Organizer: Dustin McIver
Organization: Northside Chiropractic
Organizer Phone: 6169511635
Organizer Email: [email protected]

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