ICare4Autism is a global non-profit organization dedicated to connect the most elite autism researchers through renowned conferences and workshops to discuss complex-scientific issues and find innovative treatment services.
The 2016 ICare4Autism National Autism Conference held on May 24th, 2016 at Montefiore Medical Center and Albert Einstein College of Medicine focused on Personalized Medicine and Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Eric Hollander, M.D., chairman of the ICare4Autism advisory council speaking about Novel and experimental therapeutics in autism spectrum disorder and prader willi syndromes
Hakon Hakonarson, M.D., Ph.D., Director, Center for Applied Genomics at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Center, PA speaking about Gene networks underlying autism targeted for therapeutic intervention.
Joshua Weinstein, Ph.D., M.B.A. – Founder & CEO of ICare4Autism and Cuong Do, Executive Vice President, Global Strategy Group at Samsung who spoke about App and web-based game designed to help individuals with autism and their families identify and strengthen abilities and motivations.
Our next free workshop: Bullying: Practical solutions for eradicating bullying for individuals with autism Dr. Stephen Shore Assistant Professor, Department of Special Education, Adelphi University June 14th 2016, New York
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Read about Dr. Hollander's current research evaluating new approaches for diagnosing and treating autism. Clinical Trials »
Give me the child until seven and I will give you the man
An old Jesuit saying that often baffled me as a child . What it means of course is that so many seeds of the adults we become are sown in the first seven years of life . What a huge responsibility it is therefore - an enormous honour - for parents , teachers , carers and all those who are involved in those formative years . This is all the more important when that young , unformed human being sees the world and interacts with it in a different way . Read more »
Free Workshop: Bullying: Practical solutions for eradicating bullying for individuals with autism
Assistant Professor, Department of Special Education, Adelphi University
A great majority of people with autism experience bullying in school, in the community, and even into adulthood resulting in possible life-long negative implications such as lowered self-esteem, difficulties in relationships, and depression. This presentation will focus on informing parents, educators, clinicians, and others on how to identify and eradicate bullying on the individual, classroom, and school-wide levels. Learn more »
A Mothers Diary
Allergy to olive trees
Here we go again! Dust, humidity and olive trees. Bleh! People look at me funny when I mention we were advised to move away from "Olive Gardens" where we live now, because of severe allergy to olive trees. As you may guess, I did my private investigation and research. Came across a good article from a local newspaper. Continue reading A Mothers Diary »