Challenging Autism with Exercise
Presented by David Geslak
Description: Exercise is one of the most underutilized and cost-effective treatments for individuals with autism. In addition to the health-related benefits, research shows that exercise can increase attention span, reduce stress, enhance language development and reduce stereotypical behaviors for individuals with autism. While many in the fitness community do not know the research, others want to help but are intimidated how to begin. David Geslak, who has trained professionals around the world, will teach participants visual strategies, exercises and structured routines so you can make a difference for those in your community.
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