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Omega Institute is proud to present this gathering of some of the nation’s most innovative voices in the autism community to explore the latest approaches to diagnosing, treating, and living with autism.
This autism conference is for family members of people with autism, professionals, educators, therapists, and others who provide support for individuals with autism. You learn about a variety of innovative approaches to education, care, and therapy, and about potential environmental effects on the overall well-being of those with autism.
Given the dramatic rise in the number of people diagnosed with autism in the past decade (estimated at 1 in 88 American children), this autism conference offers a timely, insightful, and far-reaching investigation into the lifelong effects of autism.
The Center for Discovery has been systematically gathering a large corpus of data during the past several years in its unique and innovative research program supported by researchers from Harvard Medical School, Georgia Institute of Technology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Northeastern University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and the University of North Carolina. During this autism conference, you hear directly from three of these well-regarded researchers—Martha Herbert, Theresa Hamlin, and John J. Ratey—and have opportunities for question-and-answer sessions and group discussions on this important topic.