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09/10/2015, Thursday
Northtown Parent Support Coffee
Autism Society of WNY
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
 
Location: Sweet Charlottes
Address:10255 Main Street, Suite 9, (Corner of Shisler and Main)
 Clarence, NY 14031
 
Cost: Free
 
Come and have some adult conversation with other parents of special needs children. Be able to sit and relax and have a cup of coffee and chat with other parents.

Sweet Charlotte's is a safe and fun place for kids to play. If you have little ones at home that can play independently while you chat in the same area you are welcome to bring them. Please be considerate and do not bring your child if they are sick.
 
We are asking if you could please RSVP and let us know if you are bringing children and their ages.

RSVP: (716) 633-2275 or info@autismwny.org. Day of event call (716) 352-1512 or 863-4542

  
Links :Sweet Charlottes



09/17/2015, Thursday
The Big Give for Autism
Make a Gift, Make a Difference
Time: 24 Hour Event
 
Location: All Proceeds Benefit:
Autism Society of WNY
Address:19 Limestone Drive, Ste. 1
 Williamsville, NY 14221
 
Cost: Donations of $25 are greatly appreciated.
 
Help ASWNY make a difference!

The Autism Society of Western New York is participating with The BIG GIVE for Autism! On September 17th, ASWNY will join communities across the country for The Big Give for Autism - a 24 hour crowdfunding event celebrating the 50 years of advocacy and leadership by the Autism Society - helping parents and individuals impacted by autism to provide options and opportunities to maximize their quality of life.

The ASWNY has many unique programs providing awareness, education and support by helping those with autism and their families. All money donated to ASWNY STAYS in Western New York to help WNY families and individuals living with autism, of all ages and backgrounds, providing the tools to impact their lives.

With your donation ASWNY is able to provide support and guidance at no cost to WNY families.

What can you do NOW?

1st-Sign up to receive email reminders about #AutismBigGive by following The Big For Autism link below.

2nd-help us spread the word about the "Big Give!"

-Share the AutismBigGive.org URL with everyone you know both inside and outside of the autism community.
-Share the website - and if you're willing - your personal story on social media using the hashtag #AutismBigGive.
-On September 17 - if you are able, and ONLY if you are able - give to the cause.
-On September 17 encourage your friends, family and everyone you know to give as they are able as well as to share their stories using the hashtag #AutismBigGive.

 
If you have any questions please contact Kathy Eiss, President of ASWNY, phone; (716) 633-2275 or email; info@autismwny.org.

  
Links :

The Big Give For Autism



09/19/2015, Saturday
Understanding Autism for Siblings (An Educational Program for Siblings of Children Diagnosed with ASD) Ages 7-12
Autism Services, Inc.
Time: 11:00am-1:00pm
 
Location: Autism Services, Inc.
Address:4444 Bryant Stratton Way,
 Williamsville, NY 14221
 
Cost: Free
 
Children will watch the video " Understanding Brothers and Sisters on the Autism Spectrum" in which siblings aged 7-12 talk about what it is like to have a brother or sister with Autism. Video followed by a question/ answer period facilitated by our clinical staff, as well as networking opportunities for families. As always, parents are expected and encouraged to attend.
 
Please RSVP by Monday, September 14, 2015. Space is limited- please register early as there will be NO on-site registration.
Refreshments will be served.
Contact person: Tracy Panzarella 631-5777, ext. 328.
Made possible through funding from the Autism Society WNY Chapter
  
Downloads :ASI Sibling Workshop



09/24/2015, Thursday
Southtown Parent Support Group Coffee
Autism Society of WNY
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
 
Location: Sandy Crawford's House
Address:204 Treehaven Rd.
 East Aurora, NY 14052
 
Cost: Free
 
Come and have some adult conversation with other parents of special needs children. Be able to sit and relax and have a cup of coffee and chat with other parents.
 
RSVP: (716) 633-2275 or info@autismwny.org. Day of event call (716 )352-1512.
  



09/26/2015, Saturday
Sensory Friendly Film
Hotel Transylvania
Time: 10 a.m.
 
Location: AMC Maple Ridge 8
Address:4276 Maple Rd, Ste C
 Amherst, NY 14226
 
Cost: $5.50
 
AMC Entertainment and the Autism Society of America have teamed up to bring families affected by autism a special opportunity to enjoy their favorite films in a safe and accepting environment on a monthly basis. With Sensory Friendly Films, the movie auditoriums will have their lights brought up and the sound turned down. You are able to bring your own snacks for special diets. The "Silence is Golden" policy is not enforces. The kids are free to move around and make noise as long as it is safe for everyone. It is a great way to enjoy a movie for anyone, not just people with ASD.
 
For tickets to this unique experience, please visit the theater's box office the day of the event.

  
Links :Sensory Friendly Films AMC link



10/17/2015, Saturday
Guide to Apraxia: Is it Part of Your Child's Autism?
Fall Conference 2015
Time: 8:45 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
 
Location: Classics V Banquet and Conference Center
Address:2425 Niagara Falls Boulevard
 Amherst, NY 14228
 
Cost: $11 for Parent/Individual with ASD,
$25 for Professional/Student, and
$35 for SLP/Audiologist/OT/COTA/PT/PTA
 
Apraxia is a motor planning disorder that can affect a variety of areas including verbal speech, fine motor, and gross motor movements. This workshop will help to develop a better understanding of apraxia of speech as well as the fine and/or gross motor movement difficulties that may be seen in these children and its tie in to autism. Parents and professionals will learn about a variety of treatment strategies to improve apraxia of speech and motor planning, as well as facilitate learning skills in those with apraxia. There will be a panel Q and A at the end of the conference. This workshop is geared for both professionals and parents.

Guest Speakers:
Leah Blum, M.A./CCC-SLP, and Susan Pisarek Freatman, M.S./CCC-SLP, are licensed speech-language pathologists who are certified in the PROMPT Method for treating apraxia of speech.

Amanda Cleesattel, M.S., OTR/L is a licensed occupational therapist. This presentation will examine how apraxia impacts fine and gross motor movements, as well as general motor planning and motor movements, as well as general motor planning and motor learning.

CEU Information:
Speech-Language Pathologist & Audiologists .35 ASHA CEUs available
OT or COTA .3 IACET CEUs; .3 AOTA CEUs; 3.75 NBCOT PDUs
PT or PTA .3 NYS Approved PT Board CEUs
 
All attendees will receive a Certificate of Attendance. You must be PRE-REGISTERED to be guaranteed handouts/packet.

Mail-In Registration Deadline: October 13, 2015
No refunds after this date. Full refunds prior to.

Late (after 10/13/15) & Walk-In Registration if available:
Additional $10 added to above fees.
Call (716) 633-2275 or check www.autismwny.org EVENTS page for late/walk-in registration availability.

Online registration & payment thru Pay Pal available until October 13, 2015 at www.friendsofasi.org.

Checks payable and mailed to:
ASWNY Chapter
19 Limestone Drive, Suite 1
Williamsville, NY 14221
  
Downloads :Guide to Apraxia Brochure and Mail-In Registration Form
Links :Autism Services, Inc. Online Reg. thru Pay Pal





Buffalo NY Areagoto top
09/11/2015, Friday
Au-Some Evenings
Explore & More Children's Museum
Time: 5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
 
Location: Explore & More Children's Museum
Address:300 Gleed Street
 East Aurora, NY 14052
 
Cost: No cost to families and children.
 
The second Friday of the month, Au-Some Evenings give children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, their friends and family an opportunity to play and learn together in an understanding and supportive environment. Children will have access to the museum and Imagination Playground blocks for more physically active play. All children must be accompanied and supervised by an adult at all times.
 
Space is limited so reservations are essential. Please call Peg at (716) 332-4170 to secure your spot!

Many thanks to our partners: The Exceptional Education Department at Buffalo State, Women & Children's Hospital of Buffalo, and The Children's Guild Foundation.
  
Links :Au-some Evenings at Explore and More



09/14/2015, Monday
Legislative Breakfast
Guest: New York State State Senator Robert Ortt, Chair of the Committee on Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities
Time: 8:30 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
 
Location: Four Points by Sheraton-Niagara Falls
Address:7001 Buffalo Avenue
 Niagara Falls, NY
 
Cost: FREE
 
Use Your Voice and Choice!
This breakfast is open to family members, youth, peer family support providers, educators, service providers, community leaders, and anyone else interested in children and youth with mental health challenges and developmental disabilities.
Youth voice and choice! Family voice and choice! Everyone has a voice-here is an opportunity to USE it!
 
Register at: www.cmhcwny.org by September 8, 2015.
  
Links :Children's Mental Health Coalition of Western New York, Inc.



09/16/2015, Wednesday
Parent Group
For Parents of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Time: 6:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
 
Location: People Inc. Building
Address:3131 Sheridan Drive
 Amherst, NY 14226
 
Cost: Free
 
This group provides a welcoming environment for parents and other caregivers of children with autism spectrum disorders to meet, share experiences, ask questions and receive support.
 
R.S.V.P. to Attend: Please call (716) 878-7600 or e-mail: jmertz@kaleidahealth.org
Moderated by Kathy Ralabate Doody, PhD-parent of child with autism, Instructor, Exceptional Education at Buffalo State
Jana Mertz, MBA-Program Coordinator, the Children's Guild Foundation, autism Spectrum Disorder Center and Women & Children's Hospital of Buffalo
Light refreshments will be served.
  



09/22/2015, Tuesday
The Special Education Process and the Buffalo Public Schools (BPS) Parent's Guide
Parent Network of WNY Workshop
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
 
Location: Parent Network of WNY
Address:1000 Main Street
 Buffalo, NY 14202
 
Cost: FREE
 
The Special Education Process and the Buffalo Public Schools (BPS) Parent's Guide: What is special education and where do you start? Utilizing the BPS Parent's Guide participants will learn the steps in the special education process at BPS and learn what to expect at meetings of the Committee on Special Education (CSE) to (Preschool CPSE). Families will learn to be an active part of the process and walk away with resources for the future.
 
Register by phone: (716) 332-4170, or 1-800-277-4762 toll free or online at www.parentnetworkwny.org.
  
Links :Parent Network Workshop Registration



09/24/2015, Thursday
So Many Treatment Options, How Do You Choose?
Parent Network of WNY Workshop
Time: 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
 
Location: Parent Network of WNY
Address:1000 Main Street
 Buffalo, NY 14202
 
Cost: Free
 
Participants will learn about various treatment options available for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). Parents and service providers will walk away with information to help them to find appropriate supports and services.
 
Call to reserve your spot today!!
Parent Network: (716) 332-4170 phone; 1-866-277-4762 toll free www.parentnetworkwny
  
Links :Parent Network Workshop Registration



09/24/2015, Thursday
Understanding OPWDD
(Office for People with Developmental Disabilities)
Parent Network of WNY Workshop
Time: 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
 
Location: Williamsville Central District Offices
Board Conference Room
Address:105 Casey Road
 East Amherst, NY 14051
 
Cost: Free
 
What is a developmental disability? Participants will gain an understanding of eligibility and the admission process to the Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) system. Walk away with information about available supports and services, and updates about what's new in this dynamic system.
 
Call to reserve your spot today!
Parent Network: phone:(716) 332-4170, toll free: 1-866-277-4762, www.parentnetworkwny.org
  
Links :Parent Network Workshop Registration



09/25/2015, Friday
Transforming Together
NY State Office for People with Developmental Disabilities
Time: 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
 
Location: Burchfield Penney Art Center Auditorium
Address:1300 Elmwood Avenue
 Buffalo, NY 14207
 
Cost: FREE
 
Express your concerns and recommendations on the future delivery of services through New York State Office for People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD) at the Transformation Panel public forum.
  
Links :Transforming Together Registration



09/26/2015, Saturday
Planning for Adulthood
S.T.A.R.: Support, Training and Respite @ The Summit Center
Time: 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
 
Location: The Summit Center
Address:150 Stahl Road
 Getzville, NY 14068
 
Cost: Free (Must be OPWDD Eligible)
 
This two-hour parent and caregiver program includes a 30-minute information session and 1 1/2-hour facilitated support group. Sessions will be conducted by a Master's level professional and/or Board Certified Behavior Analyst. You may register for multiple sessions.
Must meet OPWDD eligibility requirements to participate.

 
Upon completion of on two-hour session, you will be eligible for additional group respite hours which will be provided at The Summit Center during the summer break period. Times and dates to be announced. A limited number of additional training may be offered to families based on trainer evaluation.

On-site respite will be provided for your child with special needs and one sibling.

Contact Bev Hill, Program Assistant @ 716-799-8137
  
Downloads :S.T.A.R. @ The Summit Center



09/29/2015, Tuesday
My Child with Learning Disabilities:
Helping Your Child Embrace Their Future
Parent Network of WNY Workshop
Time: 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.
 
Location: Parent Network of WNY
Address:1000 Main Street
 Buffalo, NY 14202
 
Cost: Free
 
Upon completion of this training, participants will be able to engage in positive dialogue about their child's learning disability, describe how emotions and expectations can be a barrier to future success and implement practices for building child confidence and foundation for self-advocacy skills.
 
Call to reserve your spot today!
Parent Network: phone:(716) 332-4170, toll free: 1-866-277-4762, www.parentnetworkwny.org
  
Links :Parent Network Workshop Registration



09/30/2015, Wednesday
Preparing for High School: Now What?
Presented by Parent Network of WNY and Buffalo Public Schools
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
 
Location: Parent Network of WNY
Address:1000 Main Street
 Buffalo, NY 14202
 
Cost: FREE
 
Do you attend school planning meetings for your middle school child/student? Beginning at age 15, an Individualized Education Program (IEP) is required to provide a section for the student's future called a transition plan. Participants will develop an understanding of graduation requirements and the transition process by focusing on identifying the student's interests, strengths and needs for all areas of life.
 
To register: Call (716) 332-4170 or go online: www.parentnetworkwny.org.
  



10/08/2015, Thursday
What To Do About Challenging Behavior in the Home and Community
Presented by Parent Network of WNY and Frontier SEPTA
Time: 7:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.
 
Location: Frontier Education Center
Address:5120 Orchard Avenue
 Hamburg, NY 14075
 
Cost: Free
 
Parenting is a full time job with many daily challenges. As parents we teach our children what is the right thing to do and what they should not do.  The purpose of this workshop is to help parents recognize the early signs of conflict and implement strategies that can manage the conflict in a proactive way and prevent the conflict from turning into a full blown storm.
 
Building faces Lakeshore Road (Rte 5) in Hamburg, but the entrance to parking lot is on the side behind the building.
Register online at www.parentnetworkwny.org or call 716-332-4170 or 1-866-277-4762.
  
Links :Parent Network Workshop Registration



10/16/2015, Friday
New Approaches for Early Detection of Autism and Predictors for Optimal Outcomes
The Summit Center
Time: 8:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m.
 
Location: Salvatores's
Address:6461 Transit Rd.
 Depew, NY 14043
 
Cost: Parent/Student $50; OT or COTA CEUs $90; PT or PTA CEUs $90; IACET CEUs (recognized by ASHA and others) $90; and Other Professionals $80
 
Morning Session-Optimal Outcomes in Children with a History of Autism
Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) are generally considered lifelong disabilities. One of the currently debated topics in autism is the idea that some children can lose their diagnosis, achieving "optimal outcome", a term coined by Dr. Fein. Her presentation will discuss her research on "optimal outcome, in which her team is following a group of children who no longer meet criteria for an ASD diagnosis. The presentation will cover some of the issues in defining "optimal outcome", including the neurodiversity point of view, early predictors of optimal outcome, current academic, cognitive, social, and language functioning, histories of early intervention, and what preliminary imaging findings suggest about mechanisms of optimal oucome.

Afternoon Session-New Approaches to Early Detection and Biomarker Discovery for ASD in Toddlers
Currently, autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is behaviorally defined and diagnosed and this places limits on our understanding of the biology of the disorder during early development. Dr. Pierce's presentation will describe efforts to direct ASD in the general population around the 1st birthday via the use of a broadband screening approach.To date, Dr. Pierce has created a network of over 150 pediatricians in San Diego who have collectively screened over 60,000 toddlers for ASD and other disorders. Her presentation will also describe efforts to utilize eye tracking and functional brain imaging technologies to discover biomarkers of ASD during early development. She will also focus on using the sleep fMRI technique to better understand the neural underpinnings of abnormal language development in ASD toddlers.
 
Cost includes full-day conference, continental breakfast and buffet lunch.
Registration options:
On-line at www.thesummitcenter.org
By phone: Debbie LaBruna, 716-629-3400, ext. 3425
By fax: 716-629-3499
By mail: The Summit Center, Attn: Debbie LaBruna, 150 Stahl Road, Getzville, HY 14068
  
Links :New Approaches for Early Detection of Autism and Predictors for Optimal Outcomes





WNY Recreation/Therapy/Summer Optionsgoto top
09/02/2015, Wednesday
EXERCISE PROGRAM for People with Disabilities
Teens and Adults
Time: Mondays and Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m.
 
Location: Fit for HER Life
Address:15 Willow Ridge Drive ( Willow Ridge Drive is off of Niagara Falls Blvd.)
 Amherst, NY 14228
 
Cost: 4 weeks (8 sessions) $20
 
Exercise Program for male and female teens and adults. A 40 minute workout twice a week with various exercise machines (Twice around the circuit to music, similar to CURVES). September 2-30. NO SESSION on September 7, Labor Day.
Must be ambulatory and committed to the sessions. Clean sneakers to be carried in.
Please contact Shelley Snyder if interested at kiya53@verizon.net or 807-5629. Release of liability form and $20 due at the first session on September 2nd.
 
If you cannot attend the September session, but are interested in this concept, please contact Shelley Snyder at kiya53@verizon.net or 807-5629.
Go to www.fitforherlife.com for information on facility and types of equipment used.
  



09/19/2015, Saturday
3rd Annual Adaptive Recreation Expo
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
 
Location: Buffalo Niagara Court Center
Address:425 Meyer Rd.
 West Seneca, NY 14224
 
Cost: FREE
 
Come to the 3rd Annual Adaptive Recreation Expo and enjoy activities like Fish Casting Contest; climbing wall; handcycles; obstacle course; wheelchair basketball; wheelchair tennis; quad rugby; and painting by mouth.
 
Check out our FACEBOOK page at https://www.facebook.com/WNYAdaptiveRecreationExpo
  



09/22/2015, Tuesday
Game Night: Welcome Back
Exclusively for children with Asperger's, PDD-NOS or on the Autism Spectrum
Time: 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
 
Location: Lancaster Youth Bureau
Address:200 Oxford Avenue
 Lancaster, NY 14086
 
Cost: Free
 
Looking for a fun time?? Come join us. All ages K-12th grade. Activities include: Video Games; Arts and Crafts; Board Games; and Bingo. Bring your own game to share too! Bring a friend!
 
Parent Participation is Necessary and Important for this program!

Need more information? Contact: Tammy,tamderk@hotmail.com or Lancaster Youth Bureau, 683-4444
  



09/29/2015, Tuesday
SABAH Inc. 2015-2016 Skating Season Opening Day
Riverside Rink
Time: Tuesdays, 4:00 p.m. - 4:50 p.m.
 
Location: The Bud Bakewell Arena (Riverside Rink)
Address:2607 Niagara Street
 Buffalo, NY 14207
 
Cost: $185
 
Our goal is to provide the skaters with a positive, fulfilling and enjoyable skating season with volunteer involvement by encouraging, assisting and befriending our very special athletes.
 
Registration forms are available at www.sabahinc.org. You can register on-line; print the forms out and mail them in; or call us at 362-9600 and we will ail the forms to you.
New skaters or returning skaters whose feet have grown are required to be pre-fitted for skates and equipment before opening day. All SABAH athletes and volunteers must wear helmet when on the ice.
Volunteers call 362-9600 for more information.
  



10/03/2015, Saturday
SABAH Inc. 2015-2016 Skating Season Opening Day
Hamburg Town Rink
Time: 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
 
Location: Ice Arena of Hamburg Township
Address:2982 Lakeview Road
 Hamburg, NY 14075
 
Cost: $185
 
Our goal is to provide the skaters with a positive, fulfilling and enjoyable skating season with volunteer involvement by encouraging, assisting and befriending our very special athletes.
 
Registration forms are available at www.sabahinc.org. You can register on-line; print the forms out and mail them in; or call us at 362-9600 and we will ail the forms to you.
New skaters or returning skaters whose feet have grown are required to be pre-fitted for skates and equipment before opening day. All SABAH athletes and volunteers must wear helmet when on the ice.
Volunteers call 362-9600 for more information.
  



10/04/2015, Sunday
SABAH Inc. 2015-2016 Skating Season Opening Day
Northtown Center at Amherst
Time: 11:20 a.m.-12:50 p.m.
 
Location: The Northtown Center at Amherst
Address:1615 Amherst Manor Dr.
 Williamsville, NY 14221
 
Cost: $185
 
Our goal is to provide the skaters with a positive, fulfilling and enjoyable skating season with volunteer involvement by encouraging, assisting and befriending our very special athletes.
 
Registration forms are available at www.sabahinc.org. You can register on-line; print the forms out and mail them in; or call us at 362-9600 and we will ail the forms to you.
New skaters or returning skaters whose feet have grown are required to be pre-fitted for skates and equipment before opening day. All SABAH athletes and volunteers must wear helmet when on the ice.
Volunteers call 362-9600 for more information.
  



10/07/2015, Wednesday
SABAH Inc. 2015-2016 Skating Season Opening Day
Niagara University Arena
Time: 6:30 p.m. - 7:20 p.m.
 
Location: Dwyer Arena (Niagara University's Ice Complex)
Address:University Dr.
 Lewiston, NY 14106
 
Cost: $185
 
Our goal is to provide the skaters with a positive, fulfilling and enjoyable skating season with volunteer involvement by encouraging, assisting and befriending our very special athletes.
 
Registration forms are available at www.sabahinc.org. You can register on-line; print the forms out and mail them in; or call us at 362-9600 and we will ail the forms to you.
New skaters or returning skaters whose feet have grown are required to be pre-fitted for skates and equipment before opening day. All SABAH athletes and volunteers must wear helmet when on the ice.
Volunteers call 362-9600 for more information.
  





Individuals with ASDgoto top
09/06/2015, Sunday
Adult Asperger's Meetup Group Social Skills Workshop
Yad B'Yad (Hand in Hand)
Time: 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
 
Location: Jewish Community Center, Room 210
Address:2640 North Forest Road
 Getzville, NY 14068
 
Cost: FREE
 
This workshop will look specifically at sacarsm: how to reognize it, how to use it, and how to respond to it.
 
Light snacks (including gluten free) will be served. RSVP is required to participate. You may RSVP to matt@bjebuffalo.org or 716-204-5380 by Friday, September 4. 2015.
Event Page: https://www.facebook.com/events/950658668329238/
  



09/20/2015, Sunday
Adult Asperger's Social Meetup/Peer-led Support Group
Yad B'Yad (Hand in Hand)
Time: 2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
 
Location: SPoT Coffee
Address:766 Elmwood Avenue
 Buffalo, NY 14222
 
Cost: Participation is free, though participants are responsible for purchasing their own beverages/snacks.
 
The Adult Asperger's Meetup Group (also known as the Buffalo Aspies) consists of those adults with Asperger's, as well as neurotypical individuals who like to join in with us for discussion and socialization.
The goals for this meetup are to see where everyone's at, how everyone's doing, to continue to get to know one another, and to see if there's anything that anyone needs some help with. We'll also be looking at what events we want to host in October.
 
RSVP in not required (though it is appreciated). You may RSVP to matt@bjebuffalo.org or 716-204-5380.
  





Webinarsgoto top
09/02/2015, Wednesday
Medical Issues in Autism- Part 2 with Dr. Mumper
Autism Research Institute Online Education
Time: 1:00 p.m. - 2 p.m.
 
Location: Webinar
Address:N/A
 N/A
 
Cost: Free
 
Part 2 of a three-part series: Dr. Mumper provides an evidence-based overview of medical problems often found in children with autism, so that parents and clinicians can collaborate on assessments and treatment strategies.

Dr. Mumper received her M.D. from the Medical College of Virginia and is board-certified in pediatrics. Prior to joining ARI as Medical Director for five years, she held a clinical faculty appointment at the University of Virginia for sixteen years. In 2000, Dr. Mumper founded Advocates for Children, her general pediatrics practice. Advocates for Families is designed to care for children with autism. In 2007 Dr. Mumper founded The Rimland Center in Virginia, to mentor clinicians and conduct clinical research.
  
Links :Medical Issues In Autism Reg. Link



12/31/2016, Saturday
Nutritional and Dietary Interventions for ASD with
James Adams
Time: Webinar
 
Location: Webinar
Address:Webinar
 Webinar
 
Cost: N/A
 
Nutritional and Dietary Interventions for Autism Spectrum Disorder – A Randomized, Controlled 12-Month Trial of a Combination of Six Treatments
  
Links :James B. Adams, PhD, PhD





Slides from some Great Presentationsgoto top
12/31/2015, Thursday
Martha Herbert, M.D., Ph.D.; A Fresh Look At Autism
Slides from the April 2015 Conference - Part 1
Time: Anytime
 
Location: N/A
Address:N/A
 N/A
 
Cost: Free
 
Here are the slides from our spring conference with Dr. Herbert.
  
Downloads :Martha Herbert, M.D., Ph.D Slides from 4/2015 Part 1



12/31/2015, Thursday
Martha Herbert, M.D., Ph.D.; A Fresh Look At Autism
Slides from the April 2015 Conference - Part 2
Time: Anytime
 
Location: N/A
Address:N/A
 N/A
 
Cost: Free
 
Here are the slides from Part 2 of Dr. Herbert's presentation.
  
Downloads :Martha Herbert, M.D., Ph.D Slides from 4/2015 Part 2