FREE AUTISM WEBINARS: SAVE THESE DATES 

Autism Research Institute (ARI) is offering FREE AUTISM WEBINARS SAVE THESE DATES  Mar 22: Updates on TMS Research – REGISTER Mar 28: *Transition: From Preteen to Adulthood REGISTER Apr 4: *Communities & Businesses – Inclusion REGISTER Apr 12: Research on Immunological Issues in ASD – REGISTER  Apr 18: *Privacy: Digital Footprints for our Children – REGISTER Apr 25: *The Secret to a Happy Life: MealContinue reading “FREE AUTISM WEBINARS: SAVE THESE DATES “

Webinars – Talk About Curing Autism (TACA)

We realize TACA cannot have chapters in every town and every state, but we know many families need us. TACA families need information in a way that is more convenient to them, and as a response to their needs, we are now pleased to offer webinars for our members.  TACA Webinars will be offered basedContinue reading “Webinars – Talk About Curing Autism (TACA)”

Healthy Siblings: Considerations for Parents of Children with ASD

Siblings have the same susceptibilities and environmental exposures as their brother or sister with ASD. There are often co-morbid health conditions or health concerns that may be overlooked in the presence of the more pressing symptoms of their ASD sibling. This presentation looks at some of the more common health issues seen in families, andContinue reading “Healthy Siblings: Considerations for Parents of Children with ASD”

Immunological Factors, Genes, and the Environment in Autism: from Research to Treatment

Immunological Factors, Genes, and the Environment in Autism: from Research to Treatment  Saturday, June 01, 2013 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM (Pacific Time) Join us for this live, half-day meeting to learn insight into research and current trials that point to the potential benefit of medical treatments to address environmentally-triggered impairments associated with autism spectrumContinue reading “Immunological Factors, Genes, and the Environment in Autism: from Research to Treatment”

It’s Time for School: Building Quality Education Programs for Students with ASD

School Districts across the country are struggling to meet the needs of students with ASD. Budgets are tight making it is hard to think about being proactive when there are not enough dollars to even cover day-to-day operations. However, districts have found that developing quality education programs for students with autism can actually result inContinue reading “It’s Time for School: Building Quality Education Programs for Students with ASD”