5 Free Tickets Autism Symposium that Covers Functional Medicine, Communication, Workforce and More!
We have 5 free registration codes to the Ahkil Autism Foundation symposium on April 17 - 19 that covers many bases, so to speak. Including Spelling2Communicate, biomedical treatments, the unique perspective of Temple Grandin, MNRI reflex OT and more. It’s affordable and it’s online. The organizers have given us 5 free registrations. Leave a comment with your email in the email field, 1st five get the free code. Learn more and register here. Speakers include:
Dr. Temple Grandin
Professor, Author and Leading animal welfare expert
Dr. Svetlana Masgutova, Ph.D.
MNRI® Creator and Founder
James Neuenschwander, MD
FMAPS, President MAPS
Don't miss out on the Virtual Global Neurodiverse Symposium 2023! Gain valuable insights and resources in Functional Medicine, Education, Communication, Brain Development, and Workforce from world-renowned speakers and bonus presentations. Plus, your registration includes membership to the AAF Neurodiversity Community platform, where you can connect with experts and fellow caregivers, and seek advice from specialists.
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Lies My Gov't Told Me: And the Better Future Coming (Children’s Health Defense) By Dr. Robert Malone
Governments intentionally weaponized fear to mold behavior. The media smeared anyone who objected to the narrative. FREE on the Kindle app
By Edward Dowd
What is causing this historic spike in deaths among younger people? What is causing the shift from the elderly to younger people?
I am interested in the Spelling2Communicate.
Posted by: Jeanne J | February 23, 2023 at 01:55 PM
With so many young males on the spectrum, these stats are not surprising. However, the pollsters NEVER consider the autism rate in their explanations:
"An unsettling majority of young American men are single, while most of their female counterparts are in a relationship.
According to Pew Research Center, 63 percent of men between the ages of 18 and 29 are single, while only 34 percent of women in the same age range are single.
Overall, adults in the lowest age cohort are the most likely to be single, “meaning they are not married, living with a partner or in a committed romantic relationship.” Forty-seven percent of all U.S. adults under the age of 30 are single, whereas the next-highest age range — 30-to-49-year-olds — are the least likely to be single at 21 percent."
Love, American eugenics style.....
Posted by: Emmaphiladelphia | February 23, 2023 at 11:09 AM
would love to attend. I have a family member who is an adult with autism. thank you for this giveaway.
Posted by: susan reilly | February 23, 2023 at 08:20 AM
That sounds really interesting!
Posted by: MelissaD | February 23, 2023 at 07:01 AM