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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: A new Roadmap for Autism Research
Author: Redwood
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: Alternative Approaches to the Dual Diagnosis of ADHD and Autism
Author: Lawliss
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CategoryID: D0AU00019.00
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: Are the Healthy Foods the Cause of Your Child's Ill-Health?
Author: Kernohan
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CategoryID: D0AU00020.00
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: Autism: the Misdiagnosis of our Future Generation
Author: Buttar
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CategoryID: D0AU00021.00
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: Beyond Methylation: Thimerosal's Impact on DNA and Sulfur-Dependent Redox
Author: Lang
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CategoryID: D0AU00022.00
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: Common Gastrointestinal Problems in Children with ASD
Author: Krigsman
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CategoryID: D0AU00023.00
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: Exploring the Biomedical Issues of Autism
Author: Jepson
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: How Impaired Methylation Causes Autism
Author: Deth
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CategoryID: D0AU00025.00
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy - Why is it good for our Children?
Author: Buckley
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CategoryID: D0AU00026.00
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: Low Dose Naltrexone: Whst is it, and how does it work?
Author: DeMio
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CategoryID: D0AU00027.00
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: Metabolic Function and Role of Dimenthylglycine in Reversing Autistic Behavioral
Author: Kendall
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CategoryID: D0AU00028.00
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: Methyl-B12: Myth, Masterpiece, or Miracle
Author: Neubrander
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CategoryID: D0AU00029.00
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: Neurodevelopmental Disorders Following Thimerosal Exposure - Causation & Treatment
Author: Geier/Geier
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CategoryID: D0AU00030.00
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: One Brick at a Time - Building a High School Program
Author: Browder et. al.
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CategoryID: D0AU00031.00
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: Oxidative Stress in Children with Autism
Author: James
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CategoryID: D0AU00032.00
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: Parents as Behavior Analysts: Equipping Parents for Positive Behavior Change
Author: Collins
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CategoryID: D0AU00033.00
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: Sequential Homeopathy: Unique Answers to ASDs
Author: Griffin
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CategoryID: D0AU00034.00
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: Structure Function and the BIG Picture
Author: Pearl
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CategoryID: D0AU00035.00
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: Synergistic Effects of Environmental and Heavy Metal Toxins in ASD
Author: Usman
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: The Biochemistry of Mercury Neorotoxicity and Its Relational to Neurological Disease
Author: Haley
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: The Emerging Origins of the Autism Epidemic
Author: Wakefield
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: The Science & Politics of the Thimerosal Relationship to the Autism Epidemic
Author: Clay/Malvey
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: The Thimerosal Debate: Where Will it End?
Author: Kirdy
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: The Unspoken Risks of Mass Vaccination
Author: Tenpenny
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: Understanding & Implementing Dietry Interventions for Autism for Autism Spectrum Disorder
Author: Seroussi & Klaveness
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: Video: A Powerful Tool For the Visual Learner
Author: Palo
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: Vision, Vision Therapy and Autism
Author: Super
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: What Every School Administrator Needs to Know About Autism
Author: Mathis
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: Why Are So Many Children Sick?
Author: Blaxill
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Title: Nat'l. Autism Assoc. Conf. 2005: Biomedical Recovery from Autism-It Does Happen
Author: Bradstreet
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  • Autism Resources

  • Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community

    Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community

    Stage AE

    Saturday, May 17, 2014

    5k Walk: 9:00 a.m.

    One-Mile Fun Walk: 9:15 a.m.

     

     

  • Register Now for the Highmark Walk for a Healthy Community

    The evening will include stations featuring jobs,
    volunteer work and hobbies of
    adults with autism in our community
    Thursday, April 24, 2014
    6:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

    Pittsburgh Center for the Arts
    6300 Fifth Avenue
    Pittsburgh, PA 15232
  • Pittsburgh Marathon Team

    Register for the race of your choice here

    For questions, email Jennifer at autismrunpgh@gmail.com

  • Art March-March 30th 1pm-4pm

    
    

     

     

    • a hand-drumming class lead by a professional percussionist, who is a certified teacher extremely experienced in autism
    • a couple of galleries with cool art including Robots Alive at SPACE galler
    • relax in the Harris theater for free short films shown in autism-friendly style (lights halfway up, sound turned down)
    • get into the arts with puppet and mural making in a great indoor space

    REGISTRATION AVAILABLE HERE

     

  • Autism Friendly Easter Bunny

    Autism Friendly Easter Bunny visits will be at

    Ross Park Mall and South Hills Village

    Sunday, April 13, 2014

    9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

    Registration available here

    please scroll through for correct location and time slot