Chairman Dr. Lawrence P. Kaplan announces live online streaming of entire 2013 World Autism & Asperger conference, featuring keynotes Dr. Temple Grandin and Dr. Martha Herbert. On August 15 - 18, you will be able to watch over 40 of the world's most respected researchers, practitioners, and education specialists in the autism community to share valuable resources for your child, family member, patient, friend, student, or yourself. It's all available at www.usaaa.tv.
We're again offering a live stream of our annual world conference, featuring two keynotes, one of the most well-known adults with autism in the world, Dr. Temple Grandin, and a Harvard Medical School professor on the cutting edge of research looking at autism as a whole-body disorder, Dr. Martha Herbert. If you are unable to attend the conference in person in Salt Lake City, Utah, this is the next best way to learn about current research, interventions, treatments, nutritional tips, parenting, support programs, and most importantly, that there's hope for anyone affected by autism. Only on www.usaaa.tv.
Here are Some of the Highlights
On Thursday evening, August 15, we start with an audience favorite, the sibling panel discussion. Siblings of children affected by autism spectrum disorders will share their experiences and answer questions.
Then Friday morning, Temple Grandin takes us on a journey through the center of her brain, followed by a rare one-on-one interview with Temple. You will see a different side of this incredible person who has inspired so many people worldwide.
Later, don't miss the Doctors and Researchers panel, featuring world leading Drs. DeMio, Freedenfeld, Uszler, Sears, Shaw, and Kendall, on Friday afternoon. These doctors will discuss frequently asked questions in their specialties and compare a variety of interventions that are supported by research and have helped thousands of people with autism and related disorders. On Saturday, August 17, keynote speaker Dr. Martha Herbert, assistant professor of neurology at Harvard Medical School, will discuss a whole body approach to brain problems in autism.
Four days - Thursday evening through Sunday afternoon
Over 4 days, you'll be able to view 32 presentations that delve into behavioral issues, special education, teaching functional living skills, support for adults, food and nutrition, sensory integration, auditory processing, self-advocacy, oral healthcare, digestive issues, building relationships, marriage and family in the context of autism, school transitions, plus so much more.
Go to www.usaaa.tv and order now to view the August 15-18 LIVE event or download to view at your leisure.
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The information presented at the conference is provided for informational purposes only. The content is not intended in any way to be a substitute for professional medical advice. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.