Customizable Newsletter Mention
Title: Autism Presentation
Janet Lintala, DC presented a (45- minute) program about the health challenges of the autism spectrum at the (your meeting or event) on (date) in (your location). Dr. Lintala is the founder of Autism Health, a low-cost center serving 20 states, and is the author of The Un-Prescription for Autism. She is a national speaker for several organizations, and lectures around the country educating families and healthcare professionals about the health challenges of the autism spectrum.
Dr. Lintala discussed the often invisible health challenges of autistic children and adults, the science behind them, and how they can dramatically affect mood, sleep, language and behavior. She also discussed appropriate use of medications in autism.
Q and A followed the presentation, and Dr. Lintala signed and gave away several copies of her book, where she shares her step-by-step protocols for families to use.
This presentation was part of (your organization’s) continued effort at understanding, acceptance and inclusion of those on the autism spectrum.
Customizable Press Release for a community workshop
Title: Free Autism Workshop Coming to (Your Town)
(Your organization) is sponsoring a free autism workshop presented by Janet Lintala, D.C. She is the founder of Autism Health, a low-cost center serving patients from 20 states, and is the author of The Un-Prescription for Autism. She is a national speaker, and lectures around the country educating families and healthcare professionals about the health challenges of the autism spectrum.
At this workshop, Dr. Lintala will explore the science behind the often invisible health challenges of the autism spectrum, and how they can dramatically affect the mood, sleep, language and behaviors of autistic children and adults. She shares the simple protocols she uses at her center to support vibrant health on the autism spectrum.
The workshop will be held on (Date) at (Venue) in (City and State) at (Time). There is no charge to attend and the community is welcome. Please call (telephone number) to reserve your seat, or if you have any questions. Dr. Lintala will do a one hour presentation, followed by Q and A, and will give away several copies of her book.
This workshop is part of the continuing community outreach and partnership of (your organization), as they work to bring better understanding, acceptance and inclusion of those on the spectrum in (Your town, state or area).
Arranging a Community Workshop in Your Area
With enough advance notice, you can arrange a free community workshop in your town if I’m speaking nearby. Check my speaking schedule, and contact me if you are interested. I will be happy to provide a 45-minute to one-hour presentation, followed by Q and A, and I can sign and give away several free copies of my book to attendees.
You will need to provide a location, a PowerPoint set-up (projector, screen and all connecting cords), plus an audience! These could be autism families from the area, teachers, families, autism support groups, therapists and physicians. The audience can be large or small, but larger ones will require a mic.
I can share a poster that was developed for us to advertise the workshop on social media, and will try to get local radio, TV or newspaper exposure if given 4-6 weeks’ notice.
You can even grab one of the free, customizable press releases to share with your local newspaper! Hope to see you soon!
Is your child or student on Miralax, sleep medication and an antipsychotic for “behavior”?
Dr. Janet Lintala – a dynamic speaker bringing awareness of the health challenges of the Autism Spectrum that may impair cognition and language, and cause irritability, constipation and disrupted sleep patterns.
Many parents, teachers, physicians and therapists are completely unaware that some medications are only aimed at symptoms, and are not actually addressing the real source of the problems.
Dr. Lintala shares how a few simple interventions may provide relief from tummy pain, night awakenings, constipation, irritability and aggression. In turn, this helps a child be more alert and connected, getting more out of school and therapies. Some children may go from saying no or few words to full sentences. Many begin to sleep through the night, and most will be calmer, healthier and happier. The changes may be subtle or even profound – and what autism parent couldn’t use a good night’s sleep?
Dr. Lintala explores the medical challenges of life on the autism spectrum, the latest in science and clinical research, and what you can do now to help your child. There is no cure for autism, but a happier, healthier, more connected child is precious beyond words!