Autism and Asperger Conference
An incredible conference offer to see the best of the best
Purchase a four-day conference pass for $165 and get a FREE companion pass for The Autism and Asperger Conference of the Year, July 9-12 in Los Angeles.
Please join us at the US Autism & Asperger Association (USAAA) 4th annual conference, July 9-12, Westin Los Angeles Airport Hotel. The Conference kicks off with an incredible evening of entertainment and discussion, Thursday night at 6:30pm with the cast from Autism: The Musical, winner of two Primetime Emmys. Clips from Autism: The Musical will be shown and the stars of the movie will perform. Don't miss this magnificent event. And it is included in any package you choose. The theme this year is "Challenges and Opportunities for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADD, ADHD, Asperger's Syndrome, and Learning Disabilities."
With thirty-seven world-renowned speakers, 9 non-concurrent sessions, a total of 37 sessions including a sibling panel discussion, clinics and workshops, every day at the USAAA 2009 International Annual Conference is packed with information including treating physicians, educational therapies, nutritional interventions, financial planning, plus more. After four days, you will leave the conference armed with tools of practical protocols, valuable hope, and new resources for support for your child, grandchild, patient, student, or yourself.
See why thousands of people have attended USAAA conferences.
SPECIAL OFFER for autism group members: Purchase a 4- day general pass for only $165 and receive a FREE companion pass. The entire four-day conference is $165 for two people. Register for a General Public pass for $165.00. Then add a companion for FREE. That's $82.50 per person for 4 days. With over thirty-seven of the world's leading autism experts presenting, you cannot afford to miss this opportunity! Here is the link to register: http://www.usautism.org
Space is limited so be sure to sign up with this incredible offer and learn from the best.
US Autism & Asperger Association (USAAA) is a leading 501 (C) 3 nonprofit organization for Autism and Asperger education, support, and solutions.
Go online at http://www.usautism.org or call 1-866-208-0207 for more information.
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There hasn’t been a conference hosted in California that has put together a schedule this extensive! You cannot afford to miss this opportunity to meet with thirty-seven world-renowned autism experts.
Here are some highlights of the upcoming conference that includes presentations on biomedical, behavioral/developmental and educational therapies, plus much more.
DR. MICHAEL J. GOLDBERG, of Los Angeles, has not presented at an autism gathering since he testified at the congressional hearings in Washington D.C., in April of 2000. Now he presents for the first time at the USAAA 4th annual conference in Los Angeles and his presentation will have a major impact on the future of your child. Presentation - How To Understand and Explain The Connection Between ASD, Seizures/Epilepsy, And Cognitive Dysfunction In Many Children Today.
Dr. Valerie Paradiz presents “Elijah's Cup: Raising My Autistic Son, Our Involvement Together in the Advocacy Community, and My Own Ultimate Diagnosis with Asperger Syndrome,” and “High Functioning Autism and Asperger's Syndrome: Building Confidence through Emerging and Deep Interests.” Dr. Paradiz is an award winning author, mother and self-advocate.
Raun Kaufman presents “Breakthrough Developmental Strategies.” Raun's story was the subject of an award-winning NBC television movie.
Dr. James Neubrander presents, “Quantitative EEG Evidence, Plus An Overview Of The Cost To Benefit Ratio For Key Biomedical Treatments.”
Dr. Mayer Eisenstein presents “Improving Immune System Function.”
Dr. Phillip C. DeMio, treating hundreds of individuals on the autism spectrum, presents, “An in Depth Look Into Dietary Interventions and Digestive/Gastrointestinal Problems.”
Dr. James Partington presents, “ Teach Your Children Well: Practical Advice for Parents and Professionals Regarding Designing and Implementing Effective Interventions for the Acquisition of Verbal Behavior. Dr. Partington is a Licensed Psychologist and Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
Dr. Jerry Kartzinel, co-author (with Jenny McCarthy) of "Healing and Preventing Autism: A Complete Guide" and recently appearing on Larry King Live, CBS, ABC and Fox, presents "House Calls: First Steps to Healing Your Child".
Dr. Mark Geier presents, “New Insights into the Treatment of Autism.” Just released today from Georgetown and George Washington University studies confirms Dr. Geiers work.
Dr. Krysti DeZonia, Co-Founder of TERI of San Diego, presents, “A Vision for the Future: New models for residential supports for adults with autism and other developmental disabilities.”
Sarah Clifford Scheflen, M.S., CCC–SLP (co founder of Teach2Talk )presents “Using Video Modeling to Teach Play (and Language and Social Skills) to Children with Autism ”. Sarah is a pediatric clinical speech–language pathologist.
Marlo Payne Thurman presents “The Continuums of Autism: Cognition, Sensory Processing, and Arousal,” and “Beyond Diagnosis: A guide to Identifying Needs, Prioritizing Interventions, and Advocating for Individuals with High Functioning Autism and Asperger’s Syndrome." Marlo is a school psychologist and education consultant.
Dr. Michael Uszler - Autism- you'll never see it the same way again" - Brain Spect Imaging. Dr. Uszler is the Medical Director of the Nuclear Medicine Department at Saint John's Heath Center, the Medical Director at Santa Monica Imaging & Therapy Associates, Inc., and Assistant Clinical Professor of Molecular and Medical Pharmacology at UCLA.
Julie Mathews, CNC, is dedicated to improving people's health through nutrition consultation and specialized diets. Julie will be presenting "Nourishing Hope for Autism -Evolving Autism Diets" in a special 2 hour workshop.
Dr. Mary Jo Lang presents "The Brain, Thinking and Behavior: Understanding Executive Function.” Dr. Lang is founder of the Beacon Day School, Orange, California, and an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of California, Irvine.
Dr. Kyle Van Dyke - Mitochondrial Dysfunction
Stan Kurtz from Generation Rescue
Dr. Lee Cowden - Laser Energetic Detox & EDS in Treating Autism
Non-verbal autism presentation
Sibling panel discussion
Grady Jennings - Why You Absolutely Need a Financial Plan
Lisa Ackerman - Your First Conference and the Top 16 Tips
Dr. Ken Stoller and Louise Kao Habakus - Your Rights and Informed Consent
Theresa K. Wrangham – “Rachel's Journey From Infancy to Adulthood
The THRIIIVE Workshop moderated by Tami Duncan, founder of LIA Foundation with Dr. Lee Cowden, Dr. Susan Johnson, Vicki Warren, Dr. Toby Watkinson, Dr. Jorge Moreno – All day Sunday and workshop is included in your conference pass.
NOTE: Special training for physicians - American Medical Autism Board Biomedical Course on Sunday, July 12th.
Go to http://usautism.org/ for more information or call 1-866-208-0207.