Every year we bring you 120+ speakers covering a wide range of topics that touch every area of your family's life. Here is a sample of our exciting speaker roster for 2013. This list is still under construction; many more will follow -- so stay tuned!
Julianne Adams, DSH-P, BCIH, NST-CP
Mark Geier, MD, PhD
Dr. Richard Moskowitz
Dr. Roy Dittman
AutismOne: The Cutting-Edge Autism Conference Announces One in Two Advocacy Debut in Chicago
Advocacy organizations including AutismOne and the Brighton Institute collaborate to protect our children and our future
Today, more than ONE IN TWO children suffers from chronic illness. With vaccines as a forerunner, experts know what the primary triggers are for autism, birth defects, infertility, gut disorders, cancer, and other chronic illnesses, and yet triggers continue. We have the power to create positive change. The ONE IN TWO movement is committed to educating and inspiring millions of parents and future parents to transform their health and to protect and restore the health of their children.
Today, you can turn things around for the better. Today, you can change history. Need the tools? Join us in Chicago on May 21, where we invite you to become part of the solution at the Intercontinental Chicago O’Hare Hotel in Rosemont, IL. In this initial launch event, we will give you the tools to become a changemaker and to inspire others to do the same.
On May 21, let’s rise together to say “enough is enough,” to identify solutions, to inspire activism, and to chart an organized course of action that sends ripples around the world and through generations to come. Years from now, your children and grandchildren will thank you for doing whatever it takes to be there on May 21 in Chicago, remembering how you and your family took a stand for their future.
MAIN SPEAKERS INCLUDE:
Dr. Judy Mikovits
Dr. Stephanie Seneff
and many more!
Understanding the interrelationship between all of the triggers affecting our children and future generations. The Power of Networking. How to create your own local chapter. Roundtable Discussion & Feedback (Representatives from each roundtable review discussion points, agreements, goals, and objectives). Representatives from each roundtable review discussion points, agreements, goals, and objectives. Outreach Events. Spreading awareness and inspiring families through outreach programs. Roundtable Discussion Roundtable Feedback. The Power of Enrollment. Becoming a one-person agent of change. Top 10 Ways to Make A Difference. Utilizing Media to Get Your Message Out. Uploading photos and videos to FutureForward’s YouTube.com Channel. Posting notices through your local access TV channel; through social media; through phone trees, and others.
Nicholas Dogris, Ph.D, BCN
NeuroField pulsed electromagnetic field (pEMF) stimulation is a new and innovative method that has been designed to address neurological deregulation. In this presentation Dr. Dogris will present an overview of the NeuroField system along with EEG brainwave normative data of several autistic patients. The theoretical and clinical underpinnings of NeuroField will be discussed along with a question and answer period.
Gavin Schultz will share his journey with autism. He is such an inspiration with his positive attitude. He lets his light truly shine and brings smiles to faces when he and his faithful autism service dog Rusty enters a room. With the help of his mother, Cindy Schultz, and Rapid Prompting Method therapist, Jackie Dorshorst, Gavin will demonstrate that all children/adults are smart and have voices that need to be heard!
Tara Dowd, JD
Chef Tyler and AutismOne veteran Betsy Hicks will engage, interact, and inform. This duo has taught sold-out cooking courses for years, and their love of working together will make this class fun for you! Kitchen skills will be emphasized more so than recipes, and you will learn:
Customizing the autism diet: knowing the right diet is an individual choice, and we’ll touch lightly on some of the more popular diets, with a heavy focus on healthful and whole foods.
Meal planning and shopping made simple: great apps that help you organize your menu, with helpful tips for organizing recipes.
How to organize a kitchen that cuts your work time (not your fingers) in half: learn about kitchen tools you can’t be without and which ones are not worth the space or money.
Knife and cutting techniques: Chef Tyler demonstrates the proper way to hold and use a knife, which ones to purchase, and how to keep them sharp.
Kitchen tricks that will dazzle and delight you: learn the shortcuts taught in culinary school! Cinch the budget, but stretch the meals: learn how to create many meals from a few simple affordable ingredients.
Parsley, sage, rosemary and TIME: spices and herbs – when and how to use them.
Be sweet: how to decrease sugar and bring in natural options.
Supplement sleuth: great ways to disguise supplements.
Please note, if you have attended culinary day before, this class is more instructional on cooking techniques, there will be minimal food samples distributed, but LOADS of great guidance!
Dr. Andreas Ludwig Kalcker , (Ph.D)
A method of successful treatment for regressive autism where in a single year more than 117 children have been able to reduce former ATEC from over 50 to less than 10, or a so-called full recovery. The successful treatment has been completely different from mainstream medicine focusing to the cause of parasitic toxicity experienced in their body’s causing irrational behavior. He lectured as well at the Autism Foundation in Venezuela 2011, Puerto Rico, Sofia-Bulgaria, 2012 Prague - in the Czech Republic among many others. At AutismOne, the world biggest conference about autism in Chicago 2013 he presented the new concept of Parasitological Vaccinosis and his protocol that has recovered more than 117 children from autism.
In this presentation Tami will cover the basics of Lyme disease, testing/diagnoses, treatments options and how it plays a role in the entire picture of Autism. In addition she will discuss the things from a mind, body, and spiritual healing perspective which may go unnoticed but be a key element to full healing. Whether your child has Lyme as part of the picture or not this presentation will give you insights into different aspects which may be hindering the healing process. Once these underlying causes are uncovered Tami will give you strategies from a Vibrational Healing perspective to balance these things in your child and your family.
Andi Durkin, BA
Explore the various avenues of support that nutritional, supplemental, medical and environmental changes may offer to a mother with a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome. Learn how proper, early intervention— which adds physical, neurodevelopmental, and other research-based strategies—can help optimize the health of the child with Down syndrome.
A method is proposed to enhance brain development before and after birth. Several cases of Fetal Down syndrome are discussed. The literature of Trisomic mouse models of Down syndrome is reviewed.
Scientific research on vaccines has been limited by a narrowness of approach. The current model of government and industry-sponsored research utilizes research methods that sanction the use of active placebos and active controls, which may be masking background levels of adverse reactions. Subjects are followed for short time frames in relation to the biological activity and reactivity of the components, preparations and combinations under review. Passive surveillance is inadequate to assess both short and long term health consequences at the population level due to under reporting and lack of scientific certainty of the relationship between the vaccines and health effects. Government sponsored safety monitoring research is primarily epidemiological. Bench science is required to examine the biological, molecular, genetic, and physiological impacts.
The assumptions that are made about vaccine manufacturing processes, ingredients, and testing help to ensure an outcome that is easy to control or influence. Adjuvants and preservatives have been presumed safe. The risk that culture mediums pose minimal risk of foreign protein and DNA contamination has been ignored, despite the tragic contamination of the polio vaccine with SV40 and the discovery of recent retroviral DNA contamination in some vaccines. In addition, vaccines contain a complex array of untested additives and ingredients that have never been proven safe to inject, nor do we know the cumulative and synergistic impacts of vaccine combinations and multiple exposures. Studies with narrow sets of objectives may be more likely to result in vaccines reaching the marketplace.
Children’s Medical Safety Research Institute and the Dwoskin Family Foundation is funding research into biological and genetic effects after vaccination, and establishing mechanisms of action, with a current focus on aluminum adjuvants and vaccines that contain aluminum. Evidence is mounting that vaccines contain harmful immune and neurotoxins that can cumulatively and synergistically harm the health and development of infants and children. An overview of published research and research in progress will be discussed, as well as ongoing education and outreach efforts of the foundations.
All vaccine programs carry risk and questionable benefit. Therefore, the goal should not only be the prevention of a specific disease by vaccination, but also the benefits must outweigh any potential long term negative side effects.
In spite of the evidence disputing the benefits of vaccines and mandated vaccine programs hospitals, schools and state legislators around the nation have been implementing vaccine mandates for employees, under threat of termination from work and students with expulsion from schools. Dr. Eisenstein will explain the different legal vaccine waivers and how you can write a legal vaccine waiver.