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Metro Parent Living With Autism Workshop 2014

Metro Parent welcomes international autism presenter Stephen Shore and world-renowned nutrition expert Julie Matthews to this seventh annual event on Friday, April 25, 2014

Metro Parent and Henry Ford Health System present the seventh annual Living With Autism Workshop at the Troy Marriott on Friday, April 25, 2014. The day is dedicated to unlocking the puzzle of autism through a variety of expert-led breakout sessions, chances to connect with local organizations and more.

Click here to get the details on all three breakout sessions during the Living with Autism Workshop.

Feed Your Body

Nutrition & Autism

Discover the array of ASD diet options that could improve learning and behavior. Autism nutrition expert and author Julie Matthews shares eating dos and don’ts, meal ideas and tips for picky eaters, and a cornucopia of information to improve overall health.

Feed Your Soul

Success with Autism

Forget the idea that autism has to be a life-limiting disorder! Get inspired by one of Temple Grandin’s favorite speakers, Stephen Shore, Ed.D. Shore, who is on the spectrum, shares his story and tips for maximizing the potential of people with or without autism.

Event Extras

  • Choose from an array of expert-led break-out sessions on education, therapy, behavior and more.
  • Visit the Expert Lounge to talk to session leaders, doctors and service providers.
  • Connect with other parents and professionals; share ideas and get support.
  • Breakfast and lunch included with purchase.

Pre-registration has now ended. Limited tickets are available for walk-in registration.

             

Feb 7, 2014 08:01 am
 Posted by  gransha

Looking forward to another GREAT event.

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