This motivational Seminar & Concert will be held on Tuesday, August 14th 6:00-8:00pm. Located at Casa Grande Middle School Auditorium, 300 West McMurray Blvd. (@Pinal Ave.), Casa Grande, AZ 85122. Call 520-509-6380 for FREE admission for students of all ages and the adults in their lives.
"Accomplished musicians nearly always become cognitive and/or spatial geniuses in their chosen fields of endeavor, and are at the top of their classes” said Max Stanley Chartrand, PhD., professor of Behavioral Medicine & speaker of a motivational seminar and concert designed to empower today’s students in achieving greatness in life.
“Added to overcoming rampant organic nutrition deficiencies, lack of physical exercise, and heavy metal and food additive toxicity, and all of our children and youth will be able to conquer learning disorders, delayed development, and can achieve greater academic and life success without exception.”
He reveals the real reasons why our children are not developing as well as generations before them, with >37% suffering reduced cognitive development (Asperger’s, autism, dyslexia, ADHD, etc.). Today’s “A” students are performing on par with “C” students of a generation ago. Dr. Chartrand intends to help change the course of lives of the current generation and share solid and proven ways that will benefit every young person today!
“If we truly want the best scientists, health professionals, educators, engineers, and educators, we must give them music,” said Chartrand.
Dr. Chartrand chairs research committees, and is a frequent keynote speaker at state, national, and international conventions. He has published hundreds of articles, and numerous books and manuals.
For the musical performance, he will be accompanied by other accomplished musicians, among them Scott J. Bowles, Economic Development Coordinator for the city of Florence, who will be playing the Baritone Sax. Scott, a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) survivor, was told after a tragic traffic accident while attending Brigham Young University that he would never regain his memory or be able to play music again. But, as the audience will note, Scott graduated BYU and earned a masters in Public Administration from Arizona State University in 2010.
Sharing research & practical knowledge that will empower parents and children, Dr. Chartrand will take the audience through an odyssey of his music starting in the 1960s through today, and present research data showing what happens to children when allowed to fully develop. Parents and their children, six years & over are invited to attend at no charge. A dazzling presentation that will change lives!