SOURCE: Talk About Curing Autism
COSTA MESA, CA--(Marketwired - Apr 18, 2013) - This alarming increase in the rate of children affected has prompted Talk About Curing Autism (TACA) to bring together parents and professionals from around the world to discuss current research, therapeutic and treatment options for their patients and children at the TACA Real Help Now (RHN) West Coast Conference on May 10, 2013 through May 11, 2013 located at the Hilton Orange County (3050 Bristol Street in Costa Mesa, Calif.).
The RHN conferences provide TACA the opportunity to bring together families and nationally renowned practitioners to provide intense training and education on the latest treatments and therapies benefiting children with autism today. A comprehensive exhibitor hall for products and services will also be offered. Attendees will receive the exclusive Real Help Now Conference Workbook, lunch, time with TACA parent mentors and a chance to hear from the following national speakers:
- Richard Frye, MD, Director of Autism Research and Associate Professor of Pediatrics at The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. His talk will focus on one of the common autism co-morbid issue: Seizures.
- Dan Rossignol, MD is one of the most published medical researchers in the area of autism related disorders. His talks will focus on the latest in research and an innovative treatment for Cerebral Folate Deficiency.
- Cindy Schneider, M.D. will be discussing taking care of the caretaker and autism and the immune system.
- Robert Sears, M.D. will be sharing information regarding autism and gastrointestinal issues.
- Tim Adams, Esquire will outline the Individualized Education Program process -- best tips for families living with autism.
- Dr. Jessica Postil & Lauren Lloyd, BCBA will share exciting research and findings with iPad, Autism and Communication strategies.
- Kristin Selby-Gonzalez will share parent friendly advice -- What I wish I knew at the beginning of the autism journey.
"TACA's conference goal is to provide Real Help Now to families living with autism," said Lisa Ackerman, TACA's executive director. "Our desire is that by the end of the conference, families will be empowered and armed with a positive action plan to help their child with autism."
To learn more about the conference, please visit www.realhelpnowconference.org or www.tacanow.org.