The Rights of Children in Education Book was written by Allan Wohrnitz and released in September 2003.
The book covers the full spectrum of questions asked by concerned parents on what to do about their children with hyperactivity or learning problems. I covers drug free answers of solutions on how to handle any aspect of hyperactivity or learning problems. Many parents were being forced or convinced to drug their children. This was being done by doctors and teachers. Many were threatened to bar their children from school if they did not drug their children.
If you come across anyone who has a child who is being drugged and the parent is not happy about it and is looking for alternatives or a parent is being told to drug their child and is uncertain, the book will answer all questions and enable the parent to take an informed decision. The book covers information about the history of ADHD, the drugs used and its dangers, information on study skills, morals, parenting and nutrition. You can get a copy at your nearest health shop as listed on the Health Shops link.
Visit www.childrensrights.co.za for more information on drugs prescribed to children with hyperactivity and learning problems, links to health practitioners, links to drug free solutions in education, morals, drug addiction and human rights.
Endorsements of the book
"This is the finest book that I have had the honour to read on this very delicate and important subject. All parents and teachers should have the opportunity of sharing in the fundamental knowledge. Highly recommended." - Dr. Phillip Sherwin, Homeopath, Naturopath
" 'The Rights of Children in Education' in my opinion should be a most sought after information book. It is a 'must' read for every parent, teacher, medical doctor and anyone involved in the caring of the future generation – our children." - Prof Celene Bernstein, Nutritionist and Remedial Educator
"Children are my passion and I am so honoured to have read this book and to have been given the opportunity to share some of my thoughts on this issue. I am looking forward to be involved in the future." - Madeleine Dick, Occupational Therapist
"This is a much needed publication. Its practical application sets it apart from anything else that I have read on the subject." - Annette Briscoe, Educator
"This book is a valuable resource of information for all parents and educators in schools." - Rev. Leslie Peters, Anglican Church
"This publication adds a breath of fresh air to the perennial issue of attentional disorders by taking a strong stance against the disease concept." - Dr. Poobalan Naidoo, Counselling Psychologist
"Every parent and teacher should know the facts about medicating children and that there are real, natural solutions. This book is vital.." - Kerry McLeod, Montesorri Teacher
"This is a very timely publication. Children have rights to choose their health options and treatments. As this book points out, it is our responsibility to ensure that these rights are protected." - Richard Penfounde, Health Consultant, Writer and Lecturer
"A Sigh of relief! This book combines a deep understanding with a respectful common sense approach to helping children develop to their full potential without the use of drugs. This information is long overdue." - Tiziana Iacovitti, Remedial Teacher
"We have lost our natural instinct of what is good and right. It is time that we open our eyes and fight for the truth. This book shifts the focus back to a balanced life style, with wholesome nutrition and love as the cornerstones." - Heidi du Preez, Nutritionist, M.Sc Food Science
Contents of the Book
Go to www.childrensrights.co.za to order a book or go to your nearest health shop as listed on Health Shops link
Nutrition is the study of building and maintaining health. Nutrition is an aid to both the physician and the patient. One should avoid "self doctoring" which can be extremely dangerous. When an abnormality occurs, two steps should be taken: one should improve his nutrition, and consult a physician. e-Health is a free service to raise awareness of nutrition as a means to build and maintain health and to reduce the individuals dependency on drugs to handle illnesses. For more information on health articles, personalised health programs or any questions, e-mail Allan Wohrnitz on firstname.lastname@example.org
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