The Thinking Autism Roadshow is being held Friday 27th November in central London. Thinking Autism have asked me to talk on Easy Nutritional Strategies for Autism at this roadshow. I will joined by Stella Chadwick of Brainstorm Health who will be talking about some of the more complex co-morbidities associated with autism. We will both be talking on ways of improving health and behaviours in children and adults on the autism spectrum.
The Thinking Autism roadshow will be held in London on Friday 27th November at Coram’s Fields, 93 Guilford Street, London, WC1N 1DN from 10.00am to 1.30pm
Easy Nutritional Strategies for Autism, Lucinda Miller, NatureDoc
Simple ways of improving health and behaviours in children and adults on the autism spectrum.
Lucinda Miller, Family Naturopath, will show you some simple nutritional tools to help improve sleep, digestion and reduce negative behaviours. See how simple diet changes and food supplements can make a positive difference to health and quality of life.
Autism – Beyond the Basics, Stella Chadwick, Brainstorm Health
Taking a closer look at the advanced and novel approaches in treating autism.
Stella Chadwick, Clinical Nutritionist and Specialist in Autism Spectrum Conditions, will be taking a closer look at some of the more complex and often-overlooked issues in autism, alongside available tests and treatments, including: Pyroluria, Lyme disease and co-infections, interpreting and making use of 23andMe genetic tests.
Treating Autism is a Journey—One Family’s Story
Lilia’s mum Irina Porter will share their family experience of how nutritional support and ABA programme helped her little girl with autism lead a fun and fulfilling life, and helped reduce disabling autism-related symptoms. You will get to hear what helped Lilia and what didn’t, how best to learn from other parents’ experience and knowledge, and how other parents were crucial in supporting Lilia’s Mum and Dad both emotionally and practically on this family’s journey.
There will be tea and coffee with snacks throughout the day. During the last hour Thinking Autism will offer a gluten-free lunch (included in the price) and there will be an opportunity for chatting informally to the speakers, the TA team and other parents.
How to book for the Thinking Autism Roadshow:
Tickets cost £10.00 per person, including lunch and can be booked here
Thinking Autism invite all existing TA members to attend the event for free. However, in order for them to know the numbers, please buy your ticket to attend via the link above and you will receive a refund for your purchase after attending the Roadshow.
Please note that tickets may be purchased on the door subject to availability, but we cannot guarantee it – the hall seating is limited to 100.
Thinking Autism would like to thank the Big Lottery for funding their charity and enabling them to continue to support their community of parents.
We look forward to seeing you there! Remember tickets can be booked here.
NB. This article has been updated, as Treating Autism changed its name to Thinking Autism during 2018. Visit Thinking Autism here.