Healing Complex Kids’ (formerly ARC of Hope) 2013 Spectrum Conference provided information to families who have children struggling with autism spectrum disorder, ADD/ADHD, PANDAS, (Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcus), RAD (Reactive Attachment Disorder) anxiety or depression, learning disabilities and more. Spectrum is different from other conferences because the focus is not on a single developmental diagnosis or a single treatment or therapy. Instead, Healing Complex Kids presented speakers who provided parents with information that will help their child improve their ability to care for themselves, learn, and better integrate into society.
|¨||Hear Julie Cadman, Healing Complex Kids co-founder, and Heidi Scheer, Ms MWI World International 2011, describe how Spectrum 2013 will provide parents with information they need to help their children recover from their complex diagnoses.|
The conference featured six key topics that are important for families struggling with how to best care for and recover their children – the topics included:
- Neurological Re-organization Therapy
- Therapeutic Parenting
- Education and IEP advocacy
- Biomedicine interventions.
Available for a limited time -Until the end of 2013, you can purchase the four DVD set from the Spectrum 2013 for only $67.That’s $30 off the regular price of $97. Also, there is no sales takes and shipping/handling is included. That’s more than $40 in savings if you order by December 31st.
Or, for $77 you can receive the four DVD set and the book, “My Best Friend Goldie” by Alair Bergman. That’s another $20 in savings!
And “Thank you!” to our sponsors who helped make Spectrum 2013 possible.
Healing Complex Kids provides hope and healing to families that are struggling with how to best help their special needs children. We have a strong dedication and interest in helping all families that struggle with finding the resources they need to maintain family stability. Spectrum 2013 is part of our on-going and long-term mission is to provide families with the resources they need in the form of education, awareness, and interventions so they and their children can have the best family experience possible and help children grow up in healthy, loving families.