Racing Toward Answers in Autism:
Latest in Biomedical Research
The growing incidence of autism spectrum disorder has intensified the "race" to find answers and solutions.
Until recently, educational and other types of behavioral and psychosocial interventions have provided the majority of the treatment options.
Now, though the emergence of biomedical research and clinical interventions, we are finding many new exciting discoveries and potential answers.
This conference, jointly sponsored by the Autism Society of America and the Indiana Resource Center for Autism, brings together those that are the leaders in this new field of biomedical interventions specific to ASD.
Through presenting the myriad of perspectives on topics ranging from genetics to immune related disorders, we hope to meld together the leading research into a more focused application of clinical interventions.
Our intent, is to have the attendees not only learn the latest in biomedical research, but be able to take this information and make an immediate impact on the lives of those on the autism spectrum.
Autism is treatable....and it is treatable TODAY!
SPEAKING AT THE CONFERENCE:
(The final presentation schedule has not been set at this time.)
A limited number of Hotel rooms have been reserved at a $149.00 rate at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown. Please call 1-877-640-7666 to make your reservation. You will need to know the group code.
The GROUP CODE is seven letters: AUTAUTA
You can also use this GROUP CODE online at: www.indymarriott.com and Click on "Reservations" in the Upper left-hand corner. Put the GROUP CODE in the light blue box after you have selected your dates in the darker blue box on the reservations page.
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