The Society offers a series of training seminars inviting national and international speakers to present one day courses for parents, professionals and friends affected by disabilities within the autistic spectrum.
29th November - Paul Shattock
Winchester Guildhall – Registration 9am finish 1.00pm
DR PAUL SHATTOCK (OBE) DIRECTOR OF THE AUTISM RESEARCH UNIT, UNIVERSITY OF SUNDERLAND,
WILL BE REVIEWING BIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS AND BIOMEDICAL
APPROACHES TO HELP PEOPLE WITH AUTSIM
Paul Shattock has an adult son with autism, and will be discussing how various environmental factors may trigger autism in susceptible individuals. He will be looking at strategies to minimize effects and treat underlying mechanisms by reviewing how biomedical approaches such as diet supplements, fish oils and chelation (the process of removing a heavy metal from the bloodstream), can help people with Autism.
Paul says "Something is going on, whether it is vaccines, pesticides, plasticisers in food, or whatever. For example, milk used to be fresh nowadays it is "Best Before ……………….."!!
There will be a question time following the talk and a range of books on autism will be available to buy.
£65.00 Professional/Professional carers
£30.00 HAS Member
For more information about our seminars or to book a place, please call Joanne on: 01489 880881 ext 204 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2006 Seminars to be advised