Over 120 Children Recovered from Autism via Intervention Developed by International Speaking Team that is coming to Chicago
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The internationally acclaimed research and treatment team of Spain’s Andreas Ludwig Kalcker and Mexico’s Kerri Rivera come to the AutismOne 2014 Conference in Chicago, May 21-25. The team will be sharing practical information for parents and practitioners on their discovery of an economical and safe protocol that has thus far resulted in autism recovery for over 120 children based on parent reports of children’s ATEC scores.
“What distinguishes the AutismOne conference,” said executive director Teri Arranga, “is that we will highlight the most cutting-edge biomedical information, which includes many breakthrough treatments that are now available. We are happy to welcome Kalcker and Kerri because they have brought health and joy to so many children and families touched by an autism diagnosis.”
With AutismOne 2014 being the twelfth year of the conference, Arranga cites a track record of helping children make significant gains and, in some cases, even recover from autism. “We present diverse topics over five days from over 100 speakers,” said Arranga, “and there is something for everyone.” Other groundbreaking treatments presented at the conference include GcMAF (Gc-protein-derived Macrophage Activating Factor), which was reported in a late 2013 news report to move a boy who had been diagnosed with nonverbal autism in 2011 to starting mainstream school and exhibiting a high IQ.
With 1 child in 50 having autism, this condition is a serious matter, but children are improving and recovering. The AutismOne Conference shares intensive information, but then there are relaxing events for Mom and Dad in the evening to regroup. “It’s a fantastic networking place,” commented Victory over Autism author, Mary Romaniec, “and parents get lots of practical strategies from other parents as well as from professionals.” Meet Mary at the New Parent Mixer on Thursday evening at AutismOne.
Arranga concludes, “Whether you’re coming for your child, your patient, your client or your friend, come to ‘AutismOne: The Cutting-Edge Autism Conference.’” The conference will be held at Rosemont’s InterContinental Chicago O’Hare Hotel.
To register and for more information, visit: http://www.autismone.org/ao_conference_registration.