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The Second International Conference on Signs of Autism in Infants: Changing Outcomes through Early Identification and Intervention, October 11 and 12, 2008. Save the Date!
Date:6/26/2008

that "our First International Conference on Signs of Autism in Infants, held May 2006 at UCLA, helped to raise awareness of the need for early diagnosis. This year we will bring together experts from Canada, Italy, Israel, and the United States to help develop a methodology and plan of action!"

Autism is a condition of urgent public health concern. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention reports that approximately one in l50 children will eventually be diagnosed with an autism disorder in the U.S. There is an extreme need for early recognition and intervention for preventing the onset of what would otherwise become a lifelong, devastating condition.

It is the opinion of Margie Wagner that, "based on what we know from research and from experience, it is imperative that we develop intervention techniques for use as close to birth as possible. It is my belief that this conference will give us the tools we need to move us closer to that goal for the betterment of the lives of babies and their concerned parents."

Additional information regarding the schedule of expert presenters and conference details will be announced soon. To request a brochure please click the link to our website ChildDevelopmentMedia.com and complete the request form. You may also call 800-405-8942 for further information.

Child Development Media, Inc. publishes and distributes training materials to colleges and universities and programs for children in the United States and the world.

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Child Development Media, Inc.
800 405 8942
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