Children's development and behaviour

Your Child is Unique

Your child is unique in genetic heritage, biochemistry and body burden. This means that his or her developmental pathway will also be unique and may be very different from that of other children.  Your daughter or son may also have been given a diagnosis - this is the traditional approach to variations in child development and is based on classifying disorders into categories on which treatments are based. A diagnosis may be helpful in terms of accessing services. However, you may still find many issues unresolved and be overwhelmed by fast moving science and the range of available options.

At the Centre for Nutrigenomic Medicine, we assess each child for gene variations and changes in biochemical and microbial balance that are known to be associated with impaired health and development. Understanding your child's unique bio-genomic profile makes it far easier to choose between interventions and to target changes that will be most helpful.

Whether your child has a given diagnosis or no diagnosis - is mildly affected or has significant impairments - we will work with and support you to help your daughter or son have the best possible health and future. 

Book your child's appointment or a short phone conversation to find out more.                                                               

DEVELOPMENTAL CHALLENGES IN THE FIRST TWO DECADES

  • Autism spectrum
  • ADD/ADHD
  • Down’s syndrome
  • Behaviour problems
  • Mood disorders
  • Learning challenges
  • Developmental delay
  • Growth variations
  • Feeding and nutrition challenges
  • Obesity
  • Allergies and intolerances
  • Immune imbalance
  • Baby, toddler, kids, teens, young adults

MEETING YOUR CHILD'S NEEDS...

  

When you're the parent of a child with a health challenge, there are a bewildering number of therapies, diets and interventions to choose between. And even when two children have the same diagnosis, their needs and paths to wellness may vary a great deal. It's so much easier to make effective choices  when you understand your child's unique genetics and biochemistry.