The Austin Autism Treatment Forum presents a presentation by Dr. Brandon Crawford, D.C. Join us as Dr. Crawford explains the difference between an allergy and an intolerance, and what that difference means for children and adults on the autism spectrum.
Dr. Crawford is a chiropractor in North Austin who has a passion for functional neurology and helping others. He is an active member with the International Association of Functional Neurology and Rehabilitation (iafnr.org). His close friend and mentor is Dr. Donofrio, president of the functional neurology board, with whom he lectures in Dallas, TX on various topics. Dr. Crawford started his career in Dallas working in a multi-disciplinary practice and is now the owner of Motion Chiropractic in Austin, TX. Feel free to visit http://www.motchiro.com for more information regarding Dr. Crawford.
Please join us! Meetings are free and open to the public. No RSVP or reservation is ever necessary, but please leave your children at home if possible, as no child care is available. You are welcome to bring your lunch with you.
All Forum meetings are held at the Old Quarry Library , 7051 Village Center Drive, Austin, 78731, off Far West Blvd., between the Post Office and HEB.
Visit www.meetup.com/Austin-Autism-Treatment-Forum, to see meeting topics and speakers, and to join the Forum. Forum members receive frequent emails about autism treatment and local autism resources and events. The Forum is sponsored by the Autism Society of Greater Austin. For more information, email DianneDoggett@aol.com.