MINNEAPOLIS, April 9, 2008 /PRNewswire/ -- Holland Center for Autism is sponsoring a World Premiere showing of "Autism Yesterday" -- a Generation Rescue documentary that explores an emerging truth many parents are discovering: Autism is a reversible condition through a process known as "biomedical intervention."
Through the eyes of five families and their recovering children, Autism Yesterday chronicles heart-wrenching stories of despair, hope and recovery. The documentary is 30 minutes in length, and Holland Center owner Jennifer Larson hopes it will have a deep emotional and social impact.
"My hope is that this movie will have a national impact on medical providers, law makers and those affected by autism directly to better understand that autism is a medical condition that can be treatable and preventable," said Larson. "The stories will give an insightful view into the devastation that families feel emotionally and financially."
"Autism Yesterday" will premiere at 7:00 PM, April 17, 2008 at the Excelsior Dock Theaters in Excelsior, Minnesota. The public is invited to attend at no charge. No tickets nor RSVPs are required.
About Holland Center
Holland Center is a center-based clinic focusing on the belief that the pieces of autism can not be treated separately. At Holland, what are researched to be the most effective forms of therapy are combined with dietary interventions proven to make a difference in children's abilities to learn. The experienced, specialized staff at Holland Center is committed to bringing together the best and most effective education in the safest environment.
About Generation Rescue
Generation Rescue was formed by parents of children who have been
diagnosed with childhood neurological disorders (NDs), and is dedicated to
examining the causes and biomedical treatments for Autism, Asperger's,
ADHD, ADD, PDD-NOS, and other learning disabilities. More information can
be found at
|SOURCE Holland Center for Autism|
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