Matthew Newell, Director of The Family Hope Center, anwers questions presented by Parents who viewed the video "An Introduction to Your Child’s Brain: A Neurological Approach to Helping Your Child with Special Needs".
Presented from Svendborg, Denmark January 27, 2017.
Part of an ongoing series of Q+A Webinar Sessions recorded to answer questions submitted by parents to help with strategies for their children diagnosed with special needs. Topics include Dyslexia, Walker Warburg syndrome, vaccinations, seizures, speech and sensory issues, hypotonia, developmental delay, PVL, Downs syndrome, ARX genetic disorder, tinnitus, autism, aspergers, anxiety, refractory epilepsy, spastic diplegic cerebral palsy, nutrition, impulsivity issues, tremors and related communication issues. Click here for a a list of the questions answered.
Fourth installment: Matthew Newell, Director of The Family Hope Center, answers questions submitted by parents through our website (familyhopecenter.com/contact_us email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone. Topics include seizures, autism, reading, ADD/ADHD, learning difficulties, creeping and crawling, Down's Syndrome, brain injury, HBT (Hyperbaric Therapy). For more information, call us to find out more about our 3-Day Parent Training Conferences. Click here for a a list of the questions answered.
Matthew Newell, Director of The Family Hope Center, answers questions submitted by attendees at 3 information sessions conducted in Ireland and the U.K. in May 2015. Through these answers, Matthew helps parents get started in helping their children diagnosed with autism, ADD/ADHD, cerebral palsy, Down's syndrome, Dyslexia and other learning and developmental issues. For more information, contact us or call (610) 397-1737.
Click here for a a list of the questions answered.
Is FHC right for your Family? Family Hope Center Director Matthew Newell gives a quick overview about how the programs at The Family Hope Center can help parents who have been looking for real solutions for their children struggling with autism, ADD/ADHD, cerebral palsy, Down's syndrome, dyslexia and more.
We believe that all of you, as parents, are innately and uniquely self-motivated to rescue your children - and need only the training, tools and encouragement to do so. Each of you, when properly instructed and trained, can make a substantial and lasting difference in your child’s functioning and quality of
Many children diagnosed with mild to severe CP, autism, ADD/ADHD, dyslexia, and other behavioral or developmental challenges become labeled “special needs”, and carry these inaccurate, symptom-based diagnoses for many years.
In evaluating children with these symptoms we often find that, in addition to significant metabolic toxic sensitivities that adversely affect brain function, injuries in the brain stem, limbic area, cortex and cerebellum are evident. This dysfunction can prevent your child from receiving and processing information properly, which leads to delayed, inaccurate and inappropriate decisions. Because children with these symptoms often have problems in the brain stem area as well, they may alsohave issues with their coordination and mobility.
When a course of treatment is introduced that focuses on, and deals directly with these sensitivities in the affected area of the brain, real improvement in your child’s functioning and behavior will be seen, and we no longer need to rely on life long coping strategies.
Matthew and Carol Newell, Directors of The Family Hope Center, will teach you how identify and begin stimulating the compromised areas of your child’s brain at home without medication and their side effects. With The Family Hope Center’s help, parents can actually develop the areas of the brain that are affecting their ability to learn and thrive.
Matthew Newell, Director of The Family Hope Center, addresses the real value of the knowledge and cost of FHC's Parent Training Program, and how parents and their children can benefit from this extensive training session to bring about positive change in their children's development. Presented in English (U.S) and translated in Spanish.