Going to the AutismOne Conference provides a crucial opportunity to talk to educated parents who have tirelessly researched to find ways to help their children, and who then want nothing more but to share that with the next parent.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 08, 2016
The schedule is now online for the largest and most comprehensive autism conference held annually in this country. The AutismOne 2016 Conference, which is being held May 25-29 at the Loews Chicago O’Hare Hotel, continues to give the public the truth they often won’t hear elsewhere about helpful interventions and causes of chronic illness in children.
Very recent articles have cited 1 child in 20 with epilepsy, greater than 1 child in 20 with dizziness and balance problems, and 1 child in 45 with autism.
AutismOne Executive Director Teri Arranga stated that it was not this way when their parents and grandparents were growing up, commenting that if we tell the truth about the causes of illnesses, then we can move in a better direction toward helping the people who have those illnesses.
AutismOne provides a wider breadth of information to parents and offers the opportunity for medical professionals to learn from existing experts so that more children and families can be more effectively served.
The conference offers information such as the following:
Stuart Freedenfeld, MD, presents the lecture "Overview of Causative Factors and Biomedical Treatments for Autism and Some Thoughts About Prevention," discussing causation and inter-relationships of multiple factors, evaluating the impact of genetic factors, dietary factors, and environmental factors with regard to relative input as to causation of the explosion of autism and related neurodevelopmental disorders. The talk will identify the major contributors and will discuss therapeutic options for prevention and treatment specifically with regard to autism.
From Europe, Nicola Antonucci, MD, presents the lecture "Brain Inflammation and Microglia Activation: cutting-edge of autism treatment," explaining that whatever are the factors at the basis of autism spectrum disorder symptoms (heavy metal intoxication, reaction to vaccines, viral or bacterial infections, various types of medical treatments during pregnancy, and so on), they initiate a common cascade of events that lead to chronic microglia activation. The report will describe Dr. Antonucci and colleagues’ recent European experience spanning the past two years on new, non-strictly pharmacological, approaches, aimed at reducing brain inflammation associated with chronic microglia activation.
The conference opens with the Treating ADHD Naturally Event, where you can network with experienced parents who can offer an ear on ADHD, autism, dyslexia, apraxia, sensory processing disorder, Tourette’s, and more. There is a parent panel on Thursday and another on Sunday with parents who have helped their children to improve or recover, and there is an additional parent panel on Thursday on the topic of puberty.
The continuing medical education program for healthcare professionals runs from Thursday into Saturday.
Whether you are starting or seasoned, there is something for you at the AutismOne 2016 Conference!
A father of a now-adult son who dramatically improved via biomedical and other interventions that have been included at AutismOne conferences commented on the invaluable and irreplaceable experience of attending a conference in person, saying, "Going to the AutismOne Conference provides a crucial opportunity to talk to educated parents who have tirelessly researched to find ways to help their children, and who then want nothing more but to share that with the next parent."
The schedule listing over 150 people who will provide this eye-opening experience from May 25-29, 2016, can be found HERE. And the remarkably low registration price to choose from among so many general session lectures over the five-day span can be found HERE.