From October 14th, 2010

Cambridge Conference Will Address Latest Autism Research, Treatment

By Johanna Weidner, The Record staff CAMBRIDGE — Parents with autistic children can learn about the latest research and treatments from Canadian and American experts at an upcoming daylong conference in Cambridge. The keynote speaker is Doreen Granpeesheh, a California autism expert and founder of the Center for Autism and Related Disorders that develops behavioural modification programs to help children reach their potential. Also speaking will be two other experts from the United States and Cambridge chiropractor Mark Guker and naturopath Jennifer Hendry-Lynn, who work together in a clinic that offers biomedical treatment to children with autism spectrum disorder and…

Center for Autism and Related Disorders to Simulate Earthquake Disaster Drill on October 21 in Southern California

The simulated drill will involve autistic patients and staff removal from a multi-floor building to an evacuation center. Tarzana, CA October 21, 2010 – The Center for Autism and Related Disorders, Inc. (CARD), the world’s largest autism treatment center, announces an earthquake evacuation exercise will take place Thursday, October 21, at CARD’s headquarters, located at 19019 Ventura Blvd, in Tarzana, CA. The drill is part of the Great California Shakeout campaign to practice how to protect each other during earthquakes, and to get prepared at work, school, and home. Major earthquakes can cause catastrophes. With earthquakes as an inevitable part…