Hear Our Voices

Only 3 more days to register for the 2014 ICare4Autism International Autism Conference at the Hotel Pennsylvania in NYC. Be prepared to open your heart and mind to change what you once believed to be true about Autism.  Join our mission and attend this conference to see informative, groundbreaking and educational presentations by top researchers and educators.  Be inspired and touched by the amazing young presenters who have much to teach us, notably:

See Emma Zurcher-Long, (daughter of Ariane Zurcher, writer for Huffington Post),  an incredible 12 year old autistic girl who writes by pointing to letters on a letter board. Emma says her written words reflect what she intends to say better than when she attempts to speak.  Her writing has been published on Emma’s Hope Book, Special Parent Magazine and on countless blogs.

Hear the very talented 13 year old singer, musician and recording artist Christopher Duffley who happens to be both blind and autistic. Born prematurely at only 1 lb. 12 oz., Christopher was adopted into a large family at 15 months and struggled to communicate before music therapy opened up a brand new world. He now travels coast to coast sharing his story and music.

Hear their voices and learn that there is tremendous hope and potential for autistic children and their families.  Be inspired and spread the message of hope. Register for this important and exciting conference today!

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