USAAA 09 Conference Coming up next weekend!

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USAAA 2009 Autism and Asperger International Conference
Los Angeles, California
July 9-12, 2009
The Westin Los Angeles Airport

“Autism Education and Treatment: A Path to Wellness”
Bringing families together through support, hope, possibilities, and solutions

USAAA assembles 40 world-renowned experts that focus on ways to improve the quality of life for the affected individuals and their families and caregivers by conducting presentations in the areas of biomedical interventions, research, behavioral and developmental therapies, diet and nutrition, and family issues. It is attended by Parents, Health Care Professionals, Caretakers, Educators and anyone who wants to learn more about services and treatment for children living with Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, ADD, ADHD and other learning disabilities.


Lisa Ackerman
Lee Cowden, MD
Phil DeMio, MD
Krysti DeZonia, EdD
Tami Duncan
Mayer Eisenstein, MD, JD, MPH
Gary L. Etting, O.D., FCOVD
Jeff Frymer
David Geier
Mark Geier, MD, PhD, FACMG, FACE
Michael J. Goldberg, MD, FAAP
George Gonzalez, DC, QN
Dana Gorman
Larry Gust
Louise Kuo Habakus, HHP, AADP
Elaine Hall
Diane Isaacs
Portia Iversen
Grady Jennings
Lawrence P. Kaplan, PhD
Jerry Kartzinel, MD
Raun Kaufman
Shannon Kenitz
Stan Kurtz
Mary Jo Lang, PhD
Julie Matthews, CNC
Jorge Moreno, DO
James Neubrander, MD, FAAEM
Julie Obradovic
Valerie Paradiz, PhD
James W. Partington, PhD, BCBA
Sarah Clifford Scheflen, MS, CCC-SLP
Ken Stoller, MD
Marlo Payne Thurman, MS
J. Michael Uszler, MD
Kyle Van Dyke, MD
Angela Woodward
Theresa K. Wrangham


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