AutismOne/Generation Rescue Conference is Free
SHERMAN OAKS, Calif., Jan. 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- AutismOne and Generation Rescue are thrilled to announce free registration for the country's largest and most comprehensive international autism conference.
All families can now attend the 2011 conference for free. The experience will include 150 autism experts, five jam-packed days of presentations and at least six specialized content tracks. This year's theme is "Autism Recovery on a Budget: Empowering Parents."
The conference will be held May 25-29 at The Westin in Lombard, Illinois, 12 miles from Chicago's O'Hare International Airport.
Generation Rescue President Jenny McCarthy, who will present the Keynote Address with self-inquiry speaker and author Byron Katie, is excited for this opportunity to provide free registration for all. "Children can recover," Jenny says. "And this year's theme fits perfectly with the hope and help we are providing children and families."
Director of AutismOne Teri Arranga is equally delighted. "Knowledge is power. We absolutely respect parents' love for their children and determination to find information that will heal them. We are helping bring parents and practitioners together so that this dream becomes a reality."
Parents and professionals can select from among many lectures and tracks, including the 101 Track for new parents; Advanced Parent Training for parents who are further on their journey; a brand-new Budget Track, which addresses treatment costs; a Seizures Track; the National Autism Association Safety Track; Biomedical, Mitochondrial and Functional/Environmental Medicine tracks; Education, Adjunct Therapies, Advocacy and more.
The 2011 AutismOne/Generation Rescue conference will also train professionals. Doctors and lawyers can attend specialized training tracks that provide CME and CLE credits. Continuing education credit is available for educators as well.
The Westin Lombard Yorktown Center is located at 70 Yorktown Center, Lombard, Illinois.
The conference organizers acknowledge OxyHealth for helping to make free registration available for all attendees.
Generation Rescue was founded in 2005 and is dedicated to recovery for children with autism spectrum disorders by providing education, medical assistance and treatment to directly improve the child's quality of life for all families in need.
AutismOne was started in 2001 by a small group of parents of children with autism who believe that autism is a preventable and treatable biomedical condition.
To learn more about the AutismOne/Generation Rescue 2011 Conference visit www.autismone.org.
Contact: Candace McDonald (818) 990-0444
SOURCE AutismOne; Generation Rescue