Lancaster Naturopath Teaches Natural Approaches to Autism
Mar 29, 2014 09:53AM
Dr. Ann Lee, naturopathic doctor and licensed acupuncturist at Health For Life Clinic, will be sharing information about natural approaches to autism during Lancaster County’s Edge of Autism Walk and Festival, starting at 10 a.m., April 26, at Buchanan Park, in Lancaster. The event consists of a 1-mile walk and festival activities that include music, face painting, clowns, crafts, bounce house, playground, food and an autism services fair. Proceeds will benefit the Tommy Foundation, a local nonprofit that provides assistance through education and empowerment to families with a member on the autistic spectrum, as well trainings to students, professionals and doctors.
Lee specializes in balancing hormones with holistic medicine, nutrition, acupuncture, homeopathy, herbs and lifestyle improvement. She explains to patients how their symptoms are connected and provides answers and concrete steps that lead to better health. “The body has the ability to heal itself, and I provide clients with the tools they need to heal; that is health for life.” Lee comments.
Cost: Festival, free; entry fee for walk, $25; some activities may have additional fees. Location: 905 Buchanan Ave., Lancaster. For walk registration and more information, visit EdgeOfAutism.com. For Dr. Lee, call 717-669-1050 or visit DoctorNaturalMedicine.com. See ad page 17.