in Beautiful Edmonton
Alberta, Canada March 26th - 28th, 2010
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Canadian Mutual Acceptance Corp.(CMAC) is providing partial scholarships for parents and professionals to attend this first-ever, ground breaking event in Alberta. Our heartfelt thanks goes to CMAC for providing additional opportunities for parents and professionals to for much needed education to the autism community.
Existing and new registrants now have the opportunity to bring a guest to the full conference and/or practitioner training at no charge, a value of $395 up to $545. This offer applies to the next 50 online registrations. Register today and be sure to input your guest’s contact information during the online registration process.
Please note, all complimentary registrations must be pre-registered and must register no later than March 23, 2010, in order to take advantage of this offer.. Register Now
Mark Your Calendar Now for March 26 - 28, 2010. This will be one of the most important autism conferences in Canada this year! You will learn, in a plain and easy-to-understand way:
• Breakthrough discoveries in natural treatments
• Comprehensive evidence-based Information
• Resources needed for recovery, advocacy, and education to achieve a better quality of life
• Current intervention methodologies
• Practical solutions to reducing environmental exposures
• Manifestations of chemical toxicity from multiple chemicals
• Impacts of environmental exposures that affect health
This conference is for students, parents, care givers, educators, physicians, and healthcare practitioners. It features some of the world’s foremost autism experts speaking on a wide range of topics featuring the latest research on the treatment of autism spectrum disorders (ASD). This conference is an excellent opportunity for those seeking evidence to support the use of various biomedical treatment options.
It will provide a comprehensive overview of latest biomedical breakthroughs and research in the treatment for ASD. Discussions will include the role of nutritional deficiencies and supplements, special dietary interventions, food allergies, heavy metal toxins, enzyme deficiencies, inborn errors of metabolism, immune deficiencies, the role of micro-organisms in the gastrointestinal tract, and much more. This will be one of the most comprehensive autism conferences in Canada in 2010.