Join us for a November 18 Webinar - Asperools: A Look at Neurodiversity

America's ToothFairy will host a webinar, Aspertools: A Look at Neurodiversity, on Wednesday, November 18, at 2:00pm ET. Dr. Harold Reitman will tell his personal story of being the father of someone with Asperger's Syndrome, and through it highlight how medical professionals, and all of society, can understand and embrace Neurodiversity for the benefit of all of us. He will also discuss ways to understand those of us whose brains are a bit different, and will highlight the societal and professional benefits of doing so.

Harold "Hackie" Reitman, M.D. is a neurodiversity advocate, and the author of "Aspertools: The Practical Guide to Understanding and Embracing Asperger's Syndrome, Autism Spectrum Disorder, and Neurodiversity." An orthopaedic surgeon, a former professional heavyweight boxer, an independent filmmaker, a board member of the Boys and Girls Clubs of Broward County, and the father of an "Aspie" diagnosed later in life, Dr. Reitman has been speaking around the country to raise awareness for all neurodiversity.

His recent speaking engagements include giving a keynote address along with Tim Shriver for the AADMD at the Special Olympics in L.A., and presenting at the USAAA World Conference, alongside other neurodiversity advocates including Temple Grandin. His recently released film "The Square Root of 2" starring Darby Stanchfield of ABC's "Scandal" tells a fictional story inspired by true events about the struggles of a female college student with undiagnosed Asperger's.

We hope you will join us and share this invitation with others!

Space is limited, so please register today to reserve your place.




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