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The Launch of Second New York Chapter for Parents
Monday, November 17, 2014
Katonah Public Library
26 Bedford Road, Katonah, New York
Contact: Tim Ives at 914-645-1482 as seating is limited.
On Monday, November 17, 2014 at 7:30 pm AbleChild will be holding an informal gathering open to the public to discuss informed consent and freedom of choice in mental health and education.
AbleChild’s mission is to provide information to all parents and caregivers to ensure that they make informed decisions about regarding psychiatric label and drugs. (AbleChild wants every parent to have all the information about medications before they decide to medicate their children for emotional, behavioral, and mental troubles.)
Come and gain valuable information to protect your children’s health and educational rights and meet our Cofounders, Sheila Matthews and Patricia Weathers who were featured on CNN, FOX, Time Magazine, Good Morning America, Hannity and Colmes, and The Todays Show, just to name a few. Learn about their struggles, determination, and victory advocating for their own children and the reasons behind why they chose to ultimately fight for all children, changing laws and increasing drug safety awareness.
You’ll learn how to use The Hatch Amendment to opt-out of unwanted psychological testing and you’ll discover that there are alternatives and ways to cultivate your child’s greatest strengths without compromising their health and well being with drug therapies.
Come join us for an evening of discussion where you will meet people just like you who care enough to educate, listen, and understand.
We’ll have some coffee, tea, water and some goodies, such as Natural News tote bags, AbleChild logo merchandise and educational literature, and awesome giveaways for new members while supplies last.
AbleChild is a nationally recognized 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
Show your support by sponsoring our next community event!
This public New York event is part of AbleChild’s Informed Consent Awareness outreach to parents and celebrates the marking of 44 years since the “Right to Privacy” hearings held on September 29, 1970, on the Federal government’s involvement in the Use of Behavioral Modification Drugs on Grammar School Children.