General frequently asked questions are provided below. If you have questions about our membership plans, then please see our membership frequently asked questions page.
1) What is ACN Latitudes all about?
The Association for Comprehensive Neurotherapy (ACN) is a non-profit organization dedicated to sharing natural, alternative and non-drug approaches to neurological conditions as well as new therapies. We started as a grass-roots parent effort in 1989. We acquired an outstanding medical advisory board, moved from a print newsletter to an online presence and have been growing ever since! We cover a wide range of topics, with a current emphasis on ADD/ADHD, Autism, PANDAS/PANS, Tics and Tourette’s, OCD, Depression, Electrohypersensitivity, Learning Disorders, and Behavioral Problems.
2) What’s the best way to find information on this site?
Use the navigation buttons in the blue bars at the top of the site or type your keywords into the search bar (top right). When you click on a main condition in the nav bar, such as ADHD, you can look for categories within that condition. Watch for the colored buttons for Symptoms and Diagnosis, Prevention and Treatment, Families Speak Out, and Resources and Research.
3) Do you focus only on natural treatments?
We share information on integrative therapies and complementary therapies, with an emphasis on natural treatments and biomedical approaches. Biomedical approaches aim to find the underlying causes of symptoms and treat those imbalances rather than focus on medications primarily designed to affect symptoms. Yet we also include information on new treatments as they become available that may not fall under the complementary therapy umbrella. We also focus on environmental factors and their affect on health.
4) How do your forums work?
Our forums are open to everyone to read. If you want to post a new topic or reply to someone else’s topic, you need to log on as a member. It’s free. Simply create an account online.
Special forum features are available with a Premium Membership to our site. See details here.
5) How do I cancel my premium membership?
To cancel your premium membership, you will first need to log into your membership account. Once you have logged into your membership account, you will find a cancel link under the Active Subscriptions area of your member dashboard. You will need to click that “cancel” link and follow the prompts to cancel. You will receive an email message confirming your cancellation.
Paypal Users: In some cases, the system might redirect you to the PayPal website (after clicking the “cancel” link) to complete your cancellation. If this occurs, then please log into your PayPal account and locate the membership that you wish to cancel. If you have any difficulties locating it, then please do the following after logging into PayPal:
- Click the Settings Icon
- Click “Payments”
- Under “Preapproved payments”, click Manage preapproved payments.
- Select the membership agreement you want to cancel and click “Cancel”.
6) How do I unsubscribe if I no longer want to receive emails from ACN Latitudes?
You will see an unsubscribe link at the bottom of our email messages. Just click the link to unsubscribe from that mailing list. Please note that you may be may be subscribed to more than one of our email mailing list, so just might need to repeat this process more than once.
Please note that unsubscribing from an email message does not cancel any active memberships that you may have on our website. If you would like to cancel your membership, then please see the FAQ above on how to cancel a premium membership.
7) What topics are covered on the forums?
We’ve expanded our topics! Some are new while others have been up for years:\.
- Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- PANS/PANDAS (Lyme included)
- Tourette Syndrome and Tics
Preventive and Integrative Therapies
- Cognitive Behavior Therapy (new)
- Diet and Gastrointestinal Issues (new)
- Environmental Factors
- Nutrition and Supplements (new)
School and Home Related