Speakers – INPP Conference 2009

This 20th Conference is unique because the Speakers are world experts in their respective fields. Their presentations will provide answers to many of problems currently being experienced by millions of children and adolescents throughout the world.


The following are some of the Papers to be presented at The Conference:

*Speaker : Dr. Luis Gomez. Founder of INDAGO Laboratory in Leipzig, Germany.

Title of Paper : The Diagnosis of True Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) by Nanoparticle Analysis.

Formerly the argument has been whether ADHD is a psycho-social phenomenon or a metabolic disorder. Using Nanoparticle Analysis (NPA) it can diagnose three important factors, Metabolic Disorders, Gastrointestinal Problems and Disorder of the Immune System. As a result it is now possible to ascertain which factor(s) are causing the presenting Behavioural Problem. Not only is NPA able to identify the cause, but it also offers an effective and individual prevention programme.

*Speaker : Dr. Harry Schneider, MD is an Associate Research Scientist in the Functional Research Centre at Columbia University in New York

Title of Paper : The Discovery of Language-Specific Areas in the Brain of Non-Verbal Children with Autism and Practical Applications to Treatment : An Emerging Theory.

Dr. Schneider and his colleagues have found that those areas in the brain that process language in non-verbal children with autism is not the same as children without autism. He will present their findings and discuss how the use of transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) as a possible method of stimulating and renewing use of traditional language centres in the brain.

*Speaker : Dr. Ursula M. Anderson, MD. East Otto, Western New York.

Title of Paper : Using Energy, Light and Colour in the Management of Learning and Behavioural Disorders and as a Means to Reduce Violence

In her wide-ranging paper Dr. Anderson will describe how blockages to the energies that drive neurophysiology can result in Learning and Behavioural Problems and also in Violence and how these problems can be overcome by the use of the energy frequencies of Light, Colour and those that Connect to Functional Interpersonal Relationships.

*Speaker : Dr.Curtis T. Cripe, PhD. The Crossroads Institute, Phoenix, Arizona.

Title of Paper : The ‘Fab Four’ in NeuroDevelopment.

This presentation will cover the results of 100 random case studies pulled from last year’s group of children from multi ethnic populations with multiple Neuro Developmental issues, It will focus on how the INPP ‘Reflex Stimulation and Inhibition’ programme relates to cognitive abilities improvement when combined with other neuro-cognitive programmes. An average of 19 to 37 points in improvement is repeatedly shown across all cognitive areas. The study follows the ‘Fab Four’ constructs of: ‘functional level (cognitive)’, ‘flexibility (cognitive)’, ‘fluency (cognitive) and ‘fluidity (cognitive)’ in order to gain and retain cognitive abilities.

*Speaker : Dr.Richard T. Halverson, MB, BS. Founder of ‘Baby Jabs’, London

Title of Paper : Can Children’s Vaccines Cause Neuro-Developmental Delay?

As a General Medical Practitioner in London and author of, The Truth About Vaccines : How We are Used as Guinea Pigs Without Knowing It, Dr. Halverson will discuss whether childhood vaccinations can and do cause later Neuro-Developmental problems.

*Speaker : Dr. Lawrence J. Beuret, MD. Palatine, Illinois

Title of Paper : Not Working up to Potential

This paper explores why Neuro-Developmental Delay in adolescents and adults is much less apparent and specific when compared to the readily identifiable Specific Learning Difficulties in children. It explains how diagnosis of the underlying causes and effective remedial intervention can help adolescents and adults to achieve previously unattainable goals.

*Speaker : Dr Nancy L. Musarra, PhD. Independence, Ohio.

Title of Paper : Information Processing Skills Related to Working Memory in Individual’s with Asperger’s Disorder.

Children who meet the diagnostic disorder for Asperger’s Disorder (AD) are characterised by an information processing deficit related to how they process complex information in non-verbal and verbal social tasks. Dr. Musarra’s Study investigated the information processing deficit specific to the working memory of boys who meet the diagnostic criteria for Asperger’s Disorder compared to same-age peers and discusses methods to overcome the AD boy’s problems.

*Speakers : Pat Charlton and Alison Hore

Title of Paper : Use of the INPP Programme for Schools in the Early Years – A Pilot Study in North Tyneside.

Observations of children’s physical readiness for learning and progress in physical skills in reception age children in a group of mainstream schools in North Tyneside. Observations based upon the INPP Test Battery and Developmental Exercise programme for schools.

To register for the conference please contact:

The Conference Secretary
INPP Ltd
1, Stanley Street
Chester CH1 2LR

mail@inpp.org.uk

Tel/Fax 01244 311414

Further information can be found at www.inpp.org.uk conference

Local information:

The Queen Hotel has recently been refurbished at a cost of several million pounds. More traditional accommodation is available in the Queen Hotel, plus 87 new rooms in the newly developed King Suite. The King Suite provides modern themed accommodation at a variety of prices. For further details of different styles of accommodation please visit www.feathers.uk.com/queen. The special accommodation rate offered to conference delegates is available in the Queen Hotel only.

Please note that for those travelling by car, the hotel charges £7 per day to park in the hotel car park. Alternative parking can be found adjacent to the railway station at £4.50 per day. There is a shuttle bus service from Frodsham Street in the city centre to the railway station every 10 minutes. The conference hotel is situated immediately opposite the railway station.

Less expensive accommodation within walking distance of the conference hotel can be found at the Chester Central Travel Lodge, St John’s Street, Chester (12 minutes walk) www.travellodge.co.uk, and the new Premier Inn, City Road, Chester (3 minutes walk) due to open in February 2009.