Category Archives: Conferences

Early Intervention Makes a Big Difference

Autism researchers and experts agree that treating children for autism is especially important when they are aged 3 years and younger. However, diagnosis for these younger ages tend to be tough. In fact, according to new government data, children are … Continue reading

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Ari Ne’eman, an Inspiration

Ari Ne’eman, An Inspiration Ari Ne’eman is the President of the Autistic Self Advocacy Network (ASAN) and also serves on the National Council on Disability as appointed by President Obama. He strives to empower people with autism and sheds much needed … Continue reading

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ICare4Autism 3 Day Autism Conference – Registration Open! NYC June 30th-July 2nd

ICare4Autism International Autism Conference - New York City June 30 – July 2, 2014 Hotel Pennsylvania Day 1 - Global Autism Workforce Initiative Dedicated to developing and promoting Autism Workforce Programs Day 2 - Scientific Advances, Novel Drug Development Efforts, and BioMedical Perspectives … Continue reading

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Susan Boyle Tells the World that She Has Asperger’s

Susan Boyle, Scottish singing phenomenon and winner of Britian’s Got Talent 2009, told the Observer newspaper that she has been diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome. Continue reading

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Temple Grandin Is At It Again

At a conference Wednesday in Montreal, Temple Grandin, known for her knowledge on autism and animal welfare and behavior, stood in front of the audience with a monumental presentation.
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Shema Kolainu- Hear Our Voices 11th Annual Legislative Breakfast

The 11th Annual Legislative Breakfast hosted by Shema Kolainu- Hear Our Voices, school and center for children with autism servicing all boroughs of New York, was held Tuesday, July 9, 2013 at the Renaissance Ballroom in Brooklyn, New York. Continue reading

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Upcoming Round Table Discussion: Adult Autism Spectrum Disorder: New Clinical Treatments, Policy and Research Perspectives

Spectrum Neuroscience and Treatment Institute and ask Stefanie (mental health consultant) are excited for the upcoming Round Table Discussion entitled Adult Autism Spectrum Disorder: New Clinical Treatments, Policy and Research Perspectives. Speakers will discuss the new developments and current research in … Continue reading

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Celebrating World Autism Awareness Day

Every year, autism organizations around the world celebrate the day with unique fundraising and awareness-raising events. Continue reading

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Free Autism Workshops for Teachers and Parents

Here at Shema Kolainu – Hear Our Voices, School and Center for Children with Autism we pride ourselves on regularly opening our doors to share our finding about children with autism. Continue reading

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Congressional Hearing to Improve Coverage Accessibility to Military Families

Today, a congressional briefing will examine a bill set to improve the coverage and availability of autism services to military families. Under current legislation, autistic children of servicemen have very limited access to treatment services which many are calling shameful. … Continue reading

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