Part 3 – Recovering Autism, ADHD, & Special Needs
Guest Speaker: Shelley Tzorfas – Specialized Tutoring/ Learning Assessments
Shelley Tzorfas has been working with children, teens, and young adults who have learning disabilities, ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, and other special needs. With over 20 years experience, she has created ways to help these children succeed in academics and social goals while teaching parents how to navigate the educational system. She holds an MFA degree from Rutgers University, has studied education at Hunter College and NYU, and has worked as a child advocate. She is known for her witty articles on children’s and special needs issues in online and print publications.
“As the author of “Recovering Autism, ADHD, & Special Needs” I have been recovering children for more than 2 decades. Today 1 in every 6 children is “Developmentally Disabled” while 1 in every 5 children are now considered to be “Neurologically Impaired.” In some states 1 in every 25 boys have Autism. My book and presentations will teach parents how to recover the children right now. Autism is up to 50 layers of illness in one child. It affects the skin, eyes not tracking together, bones, joints and bowels and the entire body. We can strip away each layer of illness to recover the child.”
NEW BOOK! “The Road Too Often Traveled: A Collection of Articles on Learning Disabilities, Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, Special Needs, and Related Issues.” Books are available on Amazon.com and Barnesandnoble.com
Health News Segment with: “Dr. Wald, director of Longevity at Integrated Medicine
Today topic: Too Much Vitamins ups Risk of Cancer and Heart Disease
Dr. Michael Wald, aka, The Blood Detective, exposes the controversy regarding what a healthy diet is and whether or not people benefit from taking nutritional supplements seems never ending. Here is a study that appeared in the age u Times that asserts that taking extra vitamins can actually kill you faster. Dr Michael Wald, The Blood Detective, takes in each point of the study demonstrating the level of deceit often appearing in the media regarding nutritional supplements.