Presented by David S. Geslak, B.S., CSCS, Founder & Autism Fitness Specialist at Exercise Connection Corp. Exercise for those with autism doesn’t just help to increase their level of fitness; research shows that it is a building block to improving their focus, maladaptive behaviors, social skills and language development.
Listen to playback of live Q&A on the link between mood and nutrition. Playback of the lecture "Mood and ASD: Nutritional Strategies" (Feb 2019), referred to in this Q&A, is
Tune in to learn about nutritional strategies for addressing anxiety and depression in ASD. Free certificates of participation are available upon successful completion of a brief knowledge quiz HERE Handouts
Nutritionist Kelly Barnhill shares research updates about nutrient intake and dietary status in ASD patients. Presentation includes an overview of the SCD diet for ASD patients a case study review. Published:
Handouts for this presentation are available here Most children (and adults) with autism or ADHD also suffer from digestive issues ranging from constipation and reflux