As of today, the CDC says 1 in 59 children have Autism. Another 1 in 8 are diagnosed with anxiety. On top of that, another 43% are diagnosed with some sort of chronic health condition. If you feel like those numbers are high, it’s because they are. These numbers continue to increase at an alarming rate, regardless of the number of new treatments or medicines we have to help.
Many parents come to us at their wits end, knowing that their child can live beyond whatever label has been put on them. They come to us knowing that what they’ve been told concerning their family’s health is only half the story. They come to us knowing that they there is a missing piece to the puzzle and they are almost on the brink of finding it. They come to us for hope.
We believe that every person deserves to live happily and connected, completely full of life expression and not limited by a life full of chronic mental or physical health issues. Not only do we believe that each individual deserves that, we believe that they actually have the ability to achieve it.
Our goal in working with neurodevelopmental disorders and mental health is not to change the child or the individual, but to allow their body and nervous system to adapt to stress and express life. The type of children we help are often labeled/diagnosed with autism, ADHD, OCD, chronic digestive and immune issues, anxiety, depression, behavioral issues such as ODD, sensory processing disorders, and learning delays.