ICare4Autism International Autism Conference

ICare4Autism International Autism Conference

Postby AmyN » Sun Dec 04, 2011 4:29 pm

I think educators and parents will get a lot of good information from our 2012 Conference in Jerusalem, Israel.. Here is the information. Thanks for posting and feel free to contact me if you have questions at anoyes@icare4autism.org . Have a great day. Amy

August 1-2, 2012
ICare4Autism International Autism Conference
at the International Conference Center (ICC) in Jerusalem, Israel


Following the overwhelming success of the past conferences at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in NYC in 2011 and in Jerusalem, Israel in 2010, ICare4Autism is once again bringing together top leading medical and educational professionals and researchers working in autism.

The purpose of the ICare4Autism conferences are to share current groundbreaking research into the causes and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders , and to be a catalyst for powerful interdisciplinary collaborations to tackle the global autism crisis.

Dr. Joshua Weinstein, CEO & Founder of ICare4Autism explains, “We have entered a new age of autism, characterized on the one hand by unprecedented incidence, and on the other by advanced research, earlier diagnosis, and progressively more effective intervention. The evidence is clear- autism and hope are no longer mutually exclusive, but the need for action has never been more urgent.”

Dr. Eric Hollander, Chairman of the ICare4Autism Advisory Council said, “The Icare4autism 2012 Global Conference will be a unique opportunity for leading researchers, clinicians, educators and policymakers from all over the world to share their latest findings and create powerful new international collaborations that will ultimately allow us to discover the etiology of autism and its biologic and environmental causes. This global cross-disciplinary gathering will play a vital role in speeding the development of improved methods of autism detection and treatment that are urgently needed by patients and the families.”
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