Environment, Diet and Nutrition: Experts Present Latest Findings on Autism Triggers and Therapies at the Autism Research Institute (ARI) Conference April 26-29 in Newark, NJ
Conference tailored to parents, therapists, educators, medical/practitioner community and features keynote speaker and author Dr. Martha Herbert to mark Autism Awareness Month
WHEN: Thursday, April 26 through Sunday, April 29, 2012; 8am – 5pm daily. General, Science and Nutrition tracks, Adult services, Practitioner seminars and FREE evening workshops vary by day. See www.ariconference.com for full schedule.
WHERE: Newark Airport Marriott - 1 Hotel Road, Newark, N.J. 07114
WHAT: Leading autism researchers and experts from around the nation will present the most up-to-date, scientifically-vetted research on the interaction of environmental toxins, dietary triggers and proven strategies for treatment at the biannual ARI Conference (www.ariconference.com)
Why is Diet Particularly Important in Autism?
The Role of Environmental Toxins in the ASD Epidemic
How to Choose the Right Interventions
Gastrointestinal issues in Autism
Issues in advocacy- early childhood, school age, and adults with autism
COST/PUBLIC INFO: $49-$99 per day, featuring ‘Angel’, Early Bird and military discounts and free evening workshops open to the public. Registration now open and online pre-registration ends April 24th. Visit http://www.ariconference.com/
Autism Radio listeners special discount code:
To receive the discount, enter the code “hopeaut” when registering.
The discount is 20% and there is a limit of 50 people who can receive the discount.