Spring Conference Sat. April 18 A Fresh Look At Autism: A Revolutionary Approach with Martha Herbert, M.D., Ph.D.

There is still time to pre-register for A Fresh Look At Autism: A Revolutionary Approach with Martha Herbert, M.D., Ph.D., on Saturday, April 18, 2015. Please pre-register by April 13, 2015 to receive a guaranteed handouts/packet.  Registrations, will be accepted thru April 17th at no additional charge.  Walk-In Registration, add an additional $10 to fees.  We hope to see you there!

This conference is presented by The Autism Society WNY Chapter, Autism Services, Inc. and co sponsored by The Speech-Language-Hearing Association of WNY.

Dr. Herbert, a Harvard Medical School Researcher and Pediatric Neurologist at Massachusetts General hospital, will be speaking about new research that offers a scientific basis for hope in the treatment of autism.  These findings support the view that much of autism arises not from a “broken brain” but from series of obstructions that get in the way of the talents that lie within.

 

Dr. Herbert’s revolutionary view suggests that autism is not so much hardwired as generated moment by moment in a dynamic, active processes created by challenges to cellular function throughout the body and brain, that impact communication and behavior as well as metabolism, digestion, the immune system and more.

Pre-Register today online at www.friendsofasi.org or by mailing in your registration, see below for more details.

Pre-Register for the Conference Today.

You don’t want to miss this one!

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