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Live Town Hall "Autism Today and Beyond" with David Kirby & Many Others

Davidkirby Managing Editor's Note: This program runs on Monday 11/1.  David Kirby is live at 3:18pm EDT. Click HERE for full details on the live webcast and how to participate.

IMPLEMENTING SOLUTIONS for Autism Today and Beyond

The First in a Series of Live Interactive Video Webcasts, November 1, 2010 at 2PM ET

Find answers to the question, "Now that many of our little children with autism are reaching adulthood, what's next?"  Experts will assemble to address this issue.
The Facts: As of April 2010, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website reports that an average of one in 110 children are diagnosed with autism, resulting in hundreds of thousands of people who need information and services immediately.The Need: Autism rates exponentially increased since the mid-eighties, and thousands of families have a child with autism who are reaching adulthood without a comprehensive resource to help them make that transition. Autism Today and Beyond gives you the comprehensive resource and life guide you need to help your child make a smooth transition into adulthood.When you have questions about whether your child can work, go to college, live independently, date, get married, have children, be safe, have a secure financial future, or any one of a hundred others, the experts in this our webcasts will help you with important decisions on how to proceed. The goal is to help your child not only survive, but thrive in the real world.

The First in a Series of Live Interactive National Town Hall Video Webcasts, November 1, 2010 at 2PM EST

2:00 – 2:05                  Introductions: Dave Gardy, Sandy Masin& Dr. Laurence Brenner Give The World Your Heart
Thanks Sponsors, Spectrum Supplements, College Internship Program,
                                  Canadian National Autism Foundation, (CNAF) and AmberAlertGPS
                                  Canada, College Living Experience (Live)

2:05 - 2:08                  Dave Gardy Interview with John Koutsaris Spectrum Supplements, Inc. (pre-recorded)

2:08 – 2:15                  Dave Gardy, Karen Simmons (Live)
2:15 – 2:40                  Dave Gardy, Karen Simmons, Dr. Temple Grandin (pre-recorded)
2:40 – 2:50                  Dave Gardy, Karen Simmons, Dr. Stephen Shore –(live)

2:50 - 3:00                   Dave Gardy, Dan McManmon Director of Admissions & Marketing College Internship Program (pre-recorded)

3:00 – 3:10                  Dave Gardy, Karen Simmons, Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh – (live)

3:10 - 3:18                   Dave Gardy, Dr. Kurt Woeller Biomedical Autism Specialist, General Practitioner, Temecula, CA on Respen- A (pre-recorded)

3:18 – 3:28                   Dave Gardy, Karen Simmons, David Kirby – (live)

3:28 - 3:40                    Dave Gardy, Tina Fougere, Founder and President, Canadian National Autism Foundation, CNAF, Ken Corey President, Amber Alert GPS Canada (pre-recorded)

3:40 – 3:50                   Dave Gardy, Karen Simmons, Elaine Hall - (live)

3:50 – 4:00                  Dave Gardy, Stephanie Martin, President College Living Experience (pre-recorded)   
4:00 – 4:10                  Dave Gardy, Karen Simmons, final Questions & Answers and closing comments (live)


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Marlowe Futrell

Too bad I didn't even receive the email until after David Kirby was on.

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