AutismOne/Generation Rescue 2011 Conference
The future of autism recovery begins now!
We are thrilled to bring you the, “Autism Recovery on a Budget: Empowering Parents” conference registration for FREE* ($25 processing and materials fee required.)
5 Jam-Packed Days of Presentations
6+ Specialized Content Tracks
May 25 – 29, 2011, The Westin Lombard Yorktown Center Hotel, Lombard, Illinois
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This year is amazingly special for everyone involved in that we can offer the conference to everyone for Free*. We are also excited to have Jenny McCarthy and Byron Katie as keynote speakers at the AutismOne / Generation Rescue conference. This is the largest and most comprehensive autism conference in the world!
Learn about the best treatments and most effective therapies. 5 days. 150 world-renowned speakers. Conference begins May 25 – May 29. Medical, legal, and teacher credits are available.
And don't forget about all the fun from special events all conference long to networking with like-minded parents and professionals.
A diagnosis of autism is not a prognosis of lifelong and forever. Given the proper treatments and therapies our children can get better! The hopes of a mother and the dreams of a father are real.
Autism is the number one pediatric health crisis in the world today. You have questions. We have answers.
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*A modest $25 processing and materials fee required to attend.
The AutismOne conference is really a labor of love by a large group of people. Here is a personal message from Ed and Teri Arranga the conference directors:
Recovery depends on education, not on how thick your wallet is. But first you need to know how to help your child. You need to know the most effective treatments and therapies. You need to know when certain interventions are appropriate and when they are not. You need to know hope is real.
It’s time to open not only our hearts, but our home. And so it is with open arms we invite you to come and share with the AutismOne family what we have learned collectively over the past decade. It’s time to embrace every family affected.
Currently constructed autism costs too much. One of the biggest obstacles to recovering children has always been the cost of educating parents. We believe answers need to be free.
Each year we learn how to do more with less and each year the conference is a reflection of the ever-growing body of accumulated knowledge.
Each year we learn more about how to prevent autism or minimize its effect. Each year we learn more about dealing with autism in adolescence and adulthood. Each year we learn more about the underlying biomedical issues at work.
This year we will have the chance to share with you what we have learned whether you are a woman thinking about having a child or a parent with a child aging out of the school system or a mom facing autism for the first time.
This year we will help you learn about taking care of yourself. For the first time, this year, we will train practitioners to implement the biomedical mission of care.
This year we will train more attorneys to fight for you and first responders to help protect your family. This year we will train more students to assist your child, advocates to challenge the system, teachers to educate your child, and professionals to embrace recovery.
This year we welcome parents who have not had the opportunity to learn what they must to help the ones they love the most.
We will teach you, we will guide you and provide you with the tools and education and together we will begin the journey of recovery.
- Ed and Teri Arranga, conference directors and parents to Jarad and Ian.
Parents/patients should research all information given. Every person’s physiology is unique. All information should be discussed with the patient’s personal physician and/or autism or other specialist appropriate to the symptom(s) or bodysystem(s) involved in their individual situation, who provides the patient with regular medical oversight, monitoring, and lab testing, and who keeps up-to-date on the most recent research and interventions. Beginning any significant biomedical or other interventions that may impact physiology or making changes to an established regimen should be discussed with the patient’s physician in advance.