Join us for a special webinar to learn how you can help stop the stress cycle for your child.
August 15th at 10 a.m.
Stress can be a major culprit affecting learning and functioning in children with developmental disorders, and can interfere with learning and result in maladaptive behaviors. What has been scientifically proven is that stressed brains can’t learn. The good news is that there are things that you can do to reduce stress and increase functioning in children with developmental disabilities. Learn more about these techniques that can help your child in both the home and school settings.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:
- How to identify the most common co-occurring conditions in children with developmental disorders including autism, Down’s Syndrome and other common disorders
- The effects of stress on learning and health in children with developmental disorders
A minimum of four interventions to reduce stress for your child in the school and
- home environments
Join Theresa Hamlin Ed.D., Associate Executive Director, The Center for Discovery on August 15th at 10 a.m. for a special webinar to learn how you can help stop the stress cycle for your child.
(Can’t make it at 10 a.m.? That’s okay, we will also send you a recording of the webinar with purchase to view and listen to at your convenience)
ABOUT DR. HAMLIN
Dr. Theresa Hamlin is Associate Executive Director of The Center for Discovery, a Center of Excellence for children with developmental disabilities including autism spectrum disorders. Dr. Hamlin is author of Autism and The Stress Effect, a guide for parents and teachers to help reduce the debilitating effects of stress on children