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Continuing Education

USAAA 2010 World Autism & Asperger Conference & Expo
Hilton St. Louis Airport, 10330 Natural Bridge Road, St. Louis, Missouri
Hotel Telephone number: 1-314-426-5500

"Autism Education and Treatment: A Road to Wellness"
Bringing families together through support, hope, possibilities, and solution

 
CEU accreditation offered.
Continuing education is offered throughout the entire conference. Certificate of Attendance (COA) will be offered to all professionals.
 
American Psychological Association


The School of Professional Psychology at Forest Institute is approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) Continuing Education Committee to provide for continuing education activities in psychology. Forest Institute of Professional Psychology is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA). This program has been approved for 17 CEs.

 
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

This course is offered for up to 1.7 ASHA CEUs (Various level, Professional area).
 
National Association of Social Workers
This program has been approved by the National Association of Social Workers - Missouri Chapter for 17.0 clock hours per approval certificate #10010310-48. Click here to view Certificate of Approval.
 
Certificate of Attendance (COA)

Certificate of Attendance (COA)
Certificate of Attendance (COA) will be offered to all registered professionals. If you register for the entire three day conference, there will be a total of 17 hours and the certificate will be available on Sunday afternoon. If you attend Friday, Saturday, or Sunday, the certificate will be available at the end of each day and the hours are as follows: Friday - 6 hours, and Saturday - 6 hours., Sunday - 5 hours.

Call 1-866-208-0207 for conference registration and additional information. Register online as a professional to be eligible for COA credits. 

 
American Medical Autism Board

Attention: Physicians
The American Medical Autism Board Practitioner Overview Course is for MD’s, DO’s, and other healthcare practitioners at USAAA Conference.

The American Medical Autism Board will present a thorough overview of the principles and practice of Biomedical Treatment of ASD’s and other developmental disorders at the USAAA 5th annual world conference in St. Louis, Missouri October 1-3, 2010. The course will be presented on Sunday, October 1st. This course will be taught by Phillip DeMio, MD, and Mark Geier, MD, PhD, all who are leading practitioners in the field of Autism Biomedical Treatment. Attending part or all of the conference will accumulate credits for eligible MD’s & DO’s toward AMAB board certification. Click here to register.

 
Abstracts and Learning Outcomes

The primary function of the USAAA conference is where parents and caregivers of children with autism spectrum disorders, health care practitioners, individuals with autism, students, educators, therapists and anyone who wants to learn more about services and treatment for children living with autism and Asperger's Syndrome communities can learn about effective interventions – both medical and educational. USAAA assembles over thirty world-renowned experts that focus on ways to improve the quality of life for the affected individuals and their families and caregivers by conducting presentations in the areas of medical/biomedical interventions, research, behavioral and developmental therapies, adjunct therapies, nutrition, and family issues. Click here to view the Abstracts and Learning Outcomes of each session.

 
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"I have been attending medical conferences for over twenty-five years. My grandson is affected by autism, so I wanted to learn more about autism spectrum disorders as well as claim continuing medical education credits for my practice. The USAAA conference is the most organized and thorough conference I have ever attended, including all of the medical conferences I attended in the past."

— Robert, Nevada, physician

To register for the conference, click here, or call 1-866-208-0207.

 
 

 

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