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The Perfect Storm: Anxiety, Autism, ADHD & Sensory Processing

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Dear Parents,


💞Decoding Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Calming The Perfect Storm for Kids Experiencing ADD/ADHD, Sensory Processing, Autism, Anxiety, & More.

An intimate in-person workshop for parents of children struggling with neurodevelopmental, learning, or behavior challenges, this paradigm shifting workshop will equip you with HOPE, HELP, & ANSWERS ...💕💕

...And a clear path & plan that has changed the lives of so many families over the last 7+ years.🎉 It’s time to discover the safe, effective & drug-free options that consistently improve the quality of life, health, behavior, and learning abilities of kiddos all over the world.

In a world where we are seeing a dramatic rise in Autism and that 1 in 50 children are affected...

Nearly 40% of kids and teens experience an anxiety disorder...

And ADHD, ADD, OCD, and SPD are more common than ever...

We need REAL answers & solutions that truly change lives more than ever before.🙌

If this is something you’ve been searching for, reserve your seat for this in person workshop today so that you can get the hope, help, & answers that can help change everything!👏

Come join us while we discover why parents, providers, & educators have been celebrating this breakthrough approach presented at this workshop.

Who Should Attend The Perfect Storm 

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

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

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Family members who help care for children who are struggling

Is There Hope? We Think So!

Meet Princess Ashlyn

 Ashlyn’s story and family are nothing short of amazing.


Ashlyn started having seizures one very stressful day - after catching a flu that gave her a high fever. She had 3 seizures in 24 hours which prompted the medical doctors at the hospital to diagnose her with epilepsy and put her on medication straight away.

Mom said something didn’t feel right in her gut. Her intuition was telling her that the diagnosis wasn’t accurate and she said the side effects of the medication were interfering with Ashlyn’s bubbly, full of life personality. Her parents just knew they needed to explore other options for their baby girl!

They sought out care from an awesome neurologist at Rush University who ran some specific tests (that came up negative) and agreed with them- the diagnosis was wrong and the medication was not the only option. That’s when their neurologist recommended a Pediatric Experience office (PWC)- he knew of the success stories that came out of PWC and the science based work we  were practicing.

Enter Mom who said this whole experience totally changed her perspective of health and healing in a natural way. She said the care not only helped Ashlyn’s body get out of the stress that it was in, but also introduced them to the right resources and connections that are important for raising healthy kids . She said that it has given them the power to not live in fear and still live their lives- knowing the strength of their body’s ability to adapt.

Though it wasn’t an easy road and Ashlyn’s body had to detox a lot of the built up this beautiful little princess is absolutely thriving. She hasn’t had a seizure since APRIL 2019 and she’s been able to kick the sick. She's full of life, smiles, giggles, and the most amazing blonde curls.


The whole family gets adjusted and says they are just so thankful for finding their “tribe” and their “people” who are all so like - minded. Mom said she is forever grateful for the Pediatric Experience office not only because it helps them stay healthier but she says that everyone is always so positive, supportive, and uplifting even in the toughest of times.

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