autism

 

 AUTISM HOUR - Every Month

 

UDAAN for the Differently Abled at Delhi, Akhil Autism Foundation of USA, CCAW New Delhi and Dr. Praveen Saxena  Center for  Progressive Medicine of Hyderabad, are joining hands to set up an AUTISM HOUR with the help of Medical Academy of Special Needs kin each month with INTERACTIVE Audio-Video Webinars for one hour EVERY 2nd Saturday, Jan 12th 2013, from 8.30 PM Indian Standard Time to 9.30 PM Indian Standard Time, corresponding to morning in USA and afternoon in UK. The proceedings will be recorded and telecast 12 hours later.

 

 

  • A great oppotunities to meet many speakers like
    • Dan Rossignol MD
    • Richard Frye MD ..... Seizure Disorder
    • Dave Dornfeld DO ... Chelation & MILD HBOT
    • Jane Aldar MD...... Immunology
    • Liz Mumper MD ....
    • James Neubrander MD .... B12 and Autism
    • Kyle VanDyke MD .....
    • Jeff BRadstreet MD .... Stem Cells
    • Anju Usman MD ..... Environmental issues
  • Our tentative schedule
    • January 12th : Introduction to Biomedical Therapies .................... Dr. Rossignol
    • February 9th : Testing...........................................
    • March 9th: Nutritional Supplements / Diets ................... Dr. Kyle Vandyke
    • April 13th: GI .............................. Dr. Liz Mumper
    • May 11th: Immune Systems ........ Dr. Anju Usman
    • June 8th: Chelation Therapy and Mild HBOT ...................... Dr. Dornfeld
    • July 13th: Seizures and Mito ............................................... Dr. Richard Frye
    • August 10th Medical conditions associated with impaired Speech for ASD..... Dr. Dan Rossignol
    • September 14th : The future of Stem Cells ...................... Dr. Bradstreet
    • October 12th: Redefining the schedule of Vaccines .......... Dr. Bob Sears
    • November 9th : Parents Panel of what has helped their kids ....... Various Parents

 

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