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Most children have no issues with development. But one child in six will have what is called a neurodevelopmental disorder.

There are six  neurodevelopmental disorders which will be covered in this section.  They are:

  • Intellectual Developmental Disorder
  • Communication Disorders
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Attention Deficit - Hyperactive Disorders (ADHD)
  • Learning Disorders
  • Movement Disorders

Comments from individuals who went to my workshops:

ADHD, Hyperactive or a Spoiled Brat

  • Very informational.
  • She really helped me understand some of the behaviors I see in kids.

Is Your Child Wired to Collide

  • McGuire’s knowledge and experience is incredible.

The Disorganized Child

  • She has great ideas that work for the child.

The Drama Queen or Drama King Child

  • We discussed real situations and got real solutions.

The High Energy Child

  • She uses great examples that make everything easy to understand.
  • She answered lots of questions that pertain to my child.
  • Everything she said can relate to our classroom.
  • I really liked getting not only ideas but the theory behind the strategies.

The Stubborn Child

  • Very informative
  • McGuire makes learning easy and fun with a laid back atmosphere.
  • We really learned a lot of things we can do.
  • Excellent, helpful instructor

The Too-Shy Child

  • She gave us a lot of great advice.
  • She used humor and really connected with us.
  • We learned things we can use at our place.

What Influences Children's Behavior?

  • McGuire provided many examples.

Why Children Worry

  • I now understand why kids worry about things at home and at school.
  • I really enjoyed the speaker and her real-life stories and situation

Why Do Kids Cry?

  • Excellent presentation and information.

My Thank You Gift for Visiting

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