Join expert Dr. Justin Turner, DC for an impactful workshop on ADHD, Sensory Challenges and more. This workshop is packed full of information, answers, and actions steps.
ADD, ADHD & Sensory Workshop
Maybe your child has been given a diagnosis of ADHD, ADD, or SPD or maybe you just know in your gut there’s more going on with your child than others realize… it’s time to join us for a live workshop
For over 5 years, Dr. Justin Turner, DC has been helping children, just like yours, grow and exceed expectations. You don’t have to accept limits other professionals have given you and your family. When you get to the WHY things are happening, you can get to the ACTION to move forward.
1. Dr. Justin 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. Together we help you learn how to MINIMIZE the tough days and MAXIMIZE the good days for your child at home and school.
3. The proof is in the parents…who have been where you are. We’ll share with you stories of kids who no longer struggle with the symptoms of sleepless nights, struggles in school or lack of focus.
We can’t wait to help you and your family!
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THE ADD, 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 ADD, ADHD, SPD
- Family members who help care for children who are struggling
- Professionals who serve children ages 0-18 years
Our team works with the National Wellness Foundation to help as many families as possible. We can’t wait to help your family find the answers you’ve been looking for!
HOW TO ATTEND
Seating is very LIMITED – SO RESERVE YOURS NOW!
“This is not a Library-sponsored event. The City of McKinney and the McKinney Public Library System is not in any manner connected with this meeting, and neither the City of McKinney nor the Library endorses any position expressed by the groups sponsoring this event.”