It is not uncommon to hear of children being diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome.
What is Asperger's Syndrome? Children or adults with Asperger's tend to struggle with social interaction and often misunderstand social cues.
There is so much more known about these conditions now that children can be diagnosed earlier and given the support and intervention they need.
Jeremy Samson has lived with Asperger's all his life and freely admits that he has conquered Aspergerís and now helps others in the same boat.
Jeremy has used his tough childhood experiences and turned them into a learning program for autistic kids and adults.
Jeremy, 28, has his own business called Time 2 Train which works with people on the spectrum through their unique exercise program. Jeremy was recently awarded the 2016 winner of the Health & Wellness Award at the Young Victorian Achiever Awards.
Jeremy is excited to be hosting an event in the Whitehorse Centre Theatre in Nunawading on 28th August where he will share his life story of growing up with Aspergerís and how he has overcome many struggles to be where he is today.
Jeremy and his colleague and client, Gary Powell, will speak about how exercise has changed their lives. Jeremyís mother will also share her experiences from a parentís perspective.
The talk will also cover topics including diet, sleeping, bullying, managing anxiety and anger, confidence and more. We would love to let your readership know about this event.
Itís a ticketed event, with prices ranging from $15-$29.50.
Sunday 28th August
12.30pm doors open; 1pm start
379-397 Whitehorse Road, Nunawading
To book tickets visit HERE or call (03) 9262 6555.
To find out more about Jeremy and Time 2 Train, visit HERE