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Give Autism A Chance Summit 2014

The Autism Trust USA

Saturday, April 12, 2014 from 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM (PDT)

Austin, TX

Give Autism A Chance Summit 2014

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
After Party Only
This ticket does not include entrance to the conference portion of the Summit. The after party is from 7:30 pm - 11:00 p.m. See Celebrity guests Rob Schneider and Aidan Quinn, Live Music, cash bar. Food for purchase (proceeds go to The Autism Trust). Come out and party Texas Style to support a great cause!
Ended $25.00 $2.24
Kids 10 years and under (Reserved Seat)   more info Ended $32.50 $2.62
Kids 3 years and under (No Reserved Seating)   more info Ended Free $0.00
Supporting Sponsor - $1,000 to $4,000   more info Ended

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Give Autism A Chance Summit

Rob Schneider and Aidan Quinn

With:

The Autism Trust, National Autism Association, Center For Autism And Related Disorders (CARD), Autism Media Channel and Autism File magazine, National Autism Association, Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD), Autism Mothers, Autism Is Medical (AIM), Maggie’s Hope, Thinking Mom’s Revolution (TMR), and Modern Panda PR

invite you to:

Real People, Real Solutions

April 12, 2014

Austin Music Hall

208 Nueces St, Austin Texas, 78701

 

Get your questions answered - Interactive panel discussions on:

Holding The Family Together

Marriage
Siblings
Puberty

 

Healthy Living

Nutrition
Sleep
Immunity
General Health

 

Gut Issues

Intestinal Health and Disease in ASD

 

Environmental Factors

and Autism

 

Behavior, Therapy, and Education

ABA
Feeding Therapy
Hippotherapy
Home Schooling

 

Everyday Concerns

Safety
The Future
Bullying
Dealing with Doctors

 

Your Shout

Get up and have your say!
2 Minutes on the Microphone


World Class Speakers:

 

Rob Schneider • Aidan Quinn • Dr. Doreen Granpeesheh  Dr. Arthur Krigsman Dr. Andrew Wakefield Dr. Kendal Stewart Wendy Fournier Polly Tommey Jonathan Tommey Christina Adams Lisa Goes Jaqueline Goes Amanda Lochbaum  Jeanna Reed Jill Rubolino Amanda Lochrane Rupert Isaacson Barry SmeltzerRyan Parmenter Maria Parmenter  Linda Smeltzer Dave Goes Eric Reed Tom Rodwell

 and many more…


After Party Meet & Greet: 7:30 - 11:00 p.m.

Red Carpet Party Texas Style!

 

Brush up on your two step! After the conference it's time to let your hair down and turn up the music! Featuing live bands, photo oportunitiess with celebrity guests, cash bar, food for purchase (proceeds go to The Autism Trust), this will be a party to remember! Like they say, "Everything is bigger in Texas!"

 

*** FREE ENTRY WITH SUMMIT BADGE ***

 

No badge? No problem! Tickets for the after party are available online! You can also make a $25 donation at the door but space is limited so it's better to reserve your spot now! Dust off them boots cowboys and cowgirls, tickets are limited! See you there!


Have questions about Give Autism A Chance Summit 2014? Contact The Autism Trust USA

When & Where


Austin Music Hall
208 Nueces Street
Austin, TX 78701

Saturday, April 12, 2014 from 8:00 AM to 11:00 PM (PDT)


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Organizer

The Autism Trust USA

In 1998, Polly Tommey's son, Billy, was diagnosed with autism.  "Being told your precious child has autism can be heartbreaking and frightening.  My son Billy was diagnosed with severe autism when he was just over two years old. I am happy to say that we have come a long way since that time. He is now 18 years old and is described as "high functioning" and his progress is ongoing. That progress is due in no small part to the excellent biomedical and educational interventions we were able to access for him."

Realizing the needs of the autism community, as well as having vast resources and knowledge to assist them, in 2007 Polly founded The Autism Trust in the United Kingdom.  After much success in the UK, the Tommey family relocated to the United States in 2012 to further assist the ever-growing autism patient population.

The mission of The Autism Trust is to provide futures with purpose for all individuals with autism and associated conditions. The goal of The Autism Trust USA is to build a revolutionary facility in Austin, Texas, which will offer vocational, educational, wellness, and semi-independent residential resources for individuals and families impacted by autism. Focused on full spectrum support and community integration, The Autism Trust USA will provide a supportive and nurturing environment that will foster independence, build life skills, and generate community engagement and awareness of the vast capabilities of individuals with autism.  While Austin, Texas, will be the first location, The Autism Trust USA plans to partner with other communities to build this successful and vitally important model within other geographic regions.

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