...children who previously had limited communication skills are now able to more fully express their intelligence to the world, thereby feeling less frustration and more enjoyment.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 02, 2015
Many mainstream media outlets have run stories in the face of reported cases of measles. But how much of that news reporting is true? Many parents of children who vaccinated their toddlers to prevent measles, but whose youngsters later developed autism, will assemble for 5 days of educational lectures from 150 speakers comprised of professionals, clinicians, researchers, therapists, advocates, and others. Those with concerns about the recent news stories and questions about the body and childhood health will have the opportunity to hear information on a variety of topics from medical doctors and other credentialed, published scientists.
The AutismOne/Focus for Health 2015 Conference includes educational sessions spanning the relevant topics of pollutants, nutrition, the immune system, and more. Researchers of many countries will give the latest reports on toxins to avoid and how to obtain objective laboratory reports.
AutismOne Executive Director Teri Arranga explains: “The comprehensive nature of this conference encompasses lectures covering educational therapies; adjunct therapies, such as sensory therapy; peer-reviewed scientific research; and evidence-based biological intervention. Nonverbal children with autism who have used biological interventions with appropriate medical oversight have been able to start talking or potty train. Children with comorbid illness as evidenced by objective laboratory testing have been able to improve to a more healthful status and higher level of function. Many children have been able to relinquish the diagnostic label of autistic disorder.”
Lila White, mother of a recovered adult son, appreciates the networking at the conference: “If you are concerned about all the news stories about flu and measles lately, this is a great event to come hear more perspectives about maintaining good health. And what’s very exciting to me is that children who previously had limited communication skills are now able to more fully express their intelligence to the world, thereby feeling less frustration and more enjoyment.”
The AutismOne/Focus for Health 2015 Conference is being held from May 20-24, 2015, at the beautiful Loews Chicago O’Hare Hotel. The 5-day, 150-speaker conference is only $99 for those who pre-register. A Continuing Medical Education (CME) program is also available to medical professionals (additional fee applies). To register, please visit http://www.autismone.org or click here.