Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 11, 2015
The AutismOne/Focus for Health 2015 Conference opens Wednesday, May 20, 2015, and continues through Sunday, May 24, with information about worrisome food ingredients and viruses, such as those that are in the news.
A special Thursday evening session will showcase environmental factors that have been implicated in harming children. In the “Power of Prevention Panel,” MIT scientist Dr. Stephanie Seneff and Moms Across America founder Zen Honeycutt will engage the audience with crucial data. Mercury and aluminum -- especially in biologics -- provide a toxic soup that should be suspect in neurological consequences for anybody. But was there an additional chemical tipping point two decades ago that overwhelmed the balance in a cataclysmic slide for the health of childhood? Dr. Seneff and Zen will discuss the deleterious agents degrading human health and why and how parents and professionals must do something now. Bring your questions to receive scientific substantiation of why, if we don't take action right away, half the children born in 2032 may be diagnosed on the autism spectrum.
Prior to the Thursday featured presentation, join international best-selling writer Dr. John Gray, author of Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus and the recent Staying Focused in a Hyper World, for a meet and greet hosted by mothers who are authors as well as parents of children recovered from autism and other chronic conditions.
Following Dr. Seneff and Zen, enjoy a complimentary wine-and-cheese meet and greet with GemIIni Systems founder, Laura Kasbar, an autism parent. GemIIni provides a revolutionary way to elicit speech -- even in teenagers who did not talk – and reading improvement. Laura will be presenting during both the autism and Down syndrome portions of the conference.
Thursday evening at the AutismOne/Focus for Health 2015 Conference is not to be missed! So be sure to catch the Valentine’s Day Special of only $59* for registration, which gives the option to choose among 140 speakers, including a special screening of the Bought movie by filmmaker Jeff Hays on Friday night!
Click HERE on Valentine’s Day, February 14, and give the loving gift of information toward improvement for a child.
*Does not include CME program