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'Light of Hope: Help for Children with Autism' Ground-Breaking Internet Television Event on April 24 to April 26 Co-Sponsored by Internet Software Leaders
Date:4/24/2009

ical community to find answers to all of the unanswered questions about autism - its treatment and its prevention. But first, one must have hope. And that's the message this program delivers so well."

Elizabeth Horn, President of Horn Productions, Inc., said: "Having support from two successful Silicon Valley industry leaders is a dream come true for us. Our mission, to bring the 'good news about autism' to families that need hope so desperately, will only be fulfilled with help from caring individuals. They are making a real difference for people who need it most."

For more information about the "Light of Hope" Event, go to www.findingthewords.org.

"Finding the Words"

"Finding the Words," a documentary about children recovering from autism, takes viewers on a journey from tragedy to triumph, and invites parents to follow a similar path to get their children well again. It's a film about hope that provides practical solutions for addressing the various physiological disorders that may affect children with autism, and an inspired view of how those who are dedicated to a better future can change the world for all of us.

Horn Productions, Inc.

For the past twenty years Elizabeth Horn has been the president of Horn Productions, Inc., a San Mateo, CA based film production company specializing in high-end corporate films. The company enjoys a reputation as one of the leading production companies in the San Francisco Bay Area. Prior to her work in the production field, she was director of marketing communications for a number of Silicon Valley firms, as well as a marketing consultant to several start-ups. She has a thirteen year old daughter who is recovering from autism.

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