If you’ve ever felt frustrated or hopeless while dealing with the heartbreaking challenges of Autism, you’re not alone.
More than 3.5 million Americans live with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. Severe Autism diagnoses don’t need to be a living death sentence. Many of the severe symptoms of Autism can be greatly reduced, allowing these kids to overcome obstacles and live healthy, enriched lives.
My friend Kristin and the Autism Hope Alliance are gearing up to launch the 3rd Annual Autism Hope Summit: Hope with a Plan: Keeping Families Together, Whole & Healthy!
I serve on the board of the Autism Hope Alliance and am honored to be one of the featured guests discussing Music Listening Therapy: A Sound Solution for Your Child on the Autism Spectrum.
Learn more about this FREE online event!
Join me and over 25 of the world’s top experts in the field of Autism research and therapies experts for this special online event. You will be guided through high-impact tools, techniques and strategies that have been shown to make a difference for families just like yours.
For 10 consecutive days, you’ll get access to over 25 powerful sessions from the comfort of your own home, computer or mobile device. No travel needed!
The summit is starting soon… Monday, May 14th through Wednesday, May 23rd. So be sure and register for this free event to reserve your “seat.” My interview will first air on the morning of the 16th.
I also recommend you add these dates to your calendar! This is a potentially life-changing event you won’t want to miss.
Register for this free online event now!
Whether you have a child diagnosed with Autism or know someone who does — your voice and presence in this journey of Autism is vital.
When you join us, you’ll be standing up for what each of us desperately needs in our own lives as we seek wellness and vitality for ourselves and for those we love: responsibility for our own diets, choices for health, support in our relationships, a plan for a brighter future.
Hope IS possible. And it’s now more possible, more real, than it’s ever been before.
I’ll “see” you there!