The Dyslexia Association of Hong Kong presents
The Other Side of Special Needs- Managing Stress
A talk and practical demonstration by
Chung Sze Chan (Registered Osteopath)
Dr. Sonal Hattangdi-Haridas (Homeopathic Physician)
HKU SPACE Po Leung Kuk Community College
1/F, HPCC Campus, 66 Leighton Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
7.00pm – 9.00pm, Tuesday 5th October, 2010
Chung Sze Chan B.AppSci(Clinical Sci)/B.OstSc
Chung Sze has completed a 5-year double degree in Osteopathy and Clinical
Science at RMIT University, Australia.
Chung Sze is a firm believer that many postures and defensive tensions arise from anxiety and stress.
If this is continued and repeated, restrictions and alterations will take place in the soft tissues.
If unreleased these become self-perpetuating and eventually becomes the source of pain and more stress. The ability to relax is frequently lost and therefore a constant supply of the body’s precious energy is used to deal with these added issues.
Osteopathy uses a range of hands on manipulative techniques that can help
to realign the body and return its posture and movement to its full potential.
Dr. Sonal Hattangdi-Haridas B.H.M.S(Mum), H.M.D(Lon)
Dr. Sonal has earned her B.H.M.S degree from Bombay University and H.M.D from The British Institute of Homoeopathy, London.
In the early years Dr. Sonal observed and trained under a speech and language pathologist, occupational therapists, sensory integration therapists to improve her understanding and communication skills with children with special needs. Due to this understanding She firmly believes in an integrated holistic approach to helping the child. It is teamwork that will heal a child.
Will touch on these topics at the talk
Anxiety, anger issues, irritability, oppositional defiance, obsessive compulsive behaviour and phobias. Situations interfering with Therapy -uncontrolled epilepsy, asthma, nasal and skin allergies, attention deficit and hyperactivity, hypertension, headaches, sensory and developmental issues
There is no charge for the talk, but a voluntary collection will be taken to help cover costs.