Autism Awareness Month Brings Knowledge of Children Recovering from Autism as Scientists and Parents Meet at Chicago AutismOne Conference

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Clinicians and researchers gather at world’s most comprehensive autism conference May 2018 to discuss innovations and share good news with parents.

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...children have ALREADY recovered from autism...." "Thousands of families have recovered their children from the symptoms known as autism, losing their diagnosis and thriving....

AutismOne has announced an emphasis on recovery information at the AutismOne 2018 Conference, May 23-27, 2018.

“The most important thing to be aware about during Autism Awareness Month,” said Chicagoland mother Lisa Orsic, “is that children have ALREADY recovered from autism.” She continued, “For many years, children have lost the diagnostic label of autism, and they have become healthier, happier, independent adults.”

Film producer and director Ryan Hetrick (“Restoring Balance”) said: “We are under an epidemic red alert with autism -- not only in the United States, but around the world. In the US, by the year 2032, 1 child out of every 2 is projected to be autistic! That's a scary thought, but a relieving one is knowing that we can be in control of this. Thousands of families have recovered their children from the symptoms known as autism, losing their diagnosis and thriving in all the areas they weren't ‘supposed to.’ I’ve personally interviewed multitudes of parents, children, and practitioners, and I have heard firsthand the reality and biological plausibility of how biomedical and dietary interventions are dramatically changing how children have achieved new levels of connectivity. While recovery looks different for each family and each child, some children are actually losing their autism diagnosis through these applied interventions.”

And as scientist and conference speaker Patricia C. Kane, PhD, has expressed, “Helping a child does not have to be complicated and overwhelming; there are strategies that are comfortable for every family. [A] little boy and thousands of children whom I met thereafter taught me that autism is not to be feared and can be boldly approached to release its bonds.”

So, come to the most comprehensive conference where the doctors, researchers, and parents KNOW, HAVE SEEN, and BELIEVE that children CAN and DO recover!

The event will be held at the beautiful Westin Lombard Yorktown Center from May 23-27, 2018.

The price for the general conference spanning 5 days is only $79 for pre-registration ($99 at the door). For more information or to register, click HERE.

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