Nutrition Strategies to Support the Biochemistry of Behavior, Cognition and Development

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This course is designed to help medical professionals, teachers and caretakers help children reach their full potential by identifying those who could benefit from nutrition intervention. Children can be eating foods that interfere with development or be missing nutrients needed to create neurological connections. Learn how to recognize nutritional issues that may be slowing down progress and discover creative strategies that can support cognition and improve behavior.

Kelly Dorfman, M.S., LND is a licensed clinical nutritionist that specializes in targeted nutrition therapy to address complex medical problems, especially in children. her awarding winning book about the surprising ways nutrition impacts common childhood ailments, is published in 8 languages.

Kelly lectures internationally and has been featured on numerous television programs and in periodicals including CNN’s , the , the and magazine. She is on the advisory board of the Gateway School of Mumbai, one of the few comprehensive educational programs in India for children with developmental challenges. She teaches at John Hopkins University as an adjunct faculty member.

1 pm US EST on Tuesdays

7.5 Contact Hours

Certificate of Attendance will be provided

Payment is due in full with registration through PayPal and there is a non-refundable cancellation fee of $25 at any time. If the course participant cancels within 30 days prior to the course starting date, the reimbursement would be 75% and within 2 weeks of the course; reimbursement would be calculated at 50%. Please contact maude@maudeleroux.com

Additional information

Education Level

Intermediate

Course Type

Single

Location

Online

Pre-Requisites

None

Number of Participants

Unlimited

Instructional Methods

PowerPoint
Question/Answer

Assessment

Assessment: Short write-up about something the participant learned and what they plan to do with that information going forward. (No more than 300 words. Can be bulleted points.)

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