Down Syndrome Track at AutismOne Conference 2013

Attend the Down Syndrome Track at the 2013 AutismOne Conference: Wednesday, May 22 – Sunday, May 26 at the Intercontinental Hotel O'Hare Chicago in Rosemeont IL

Hypothyroidism

Hypothyroidism can be a big challenge for individuals with Down syndrome. Find out what you can do both medically and nutritionally to combat it.

Monday, June 20, 2016

Two DSI Conferences for the Price of One!




Register here.
September 16-17, 2016
Little Rock, Arkansas 

Registration for the 2016 Down Syndrome Innovations Conference already includes free access to the 2016 videos, so this is a great bonus!

Note: Several speakers will include information about Green Tea Extract in the Down syndrome population in their presentations at the conference.

These presentations are part of the free 2015 video access:
EGCG in the Down Syndrome Population
John Starbuck, PhD
Thinking About Trisomy 21 – Towards a Best Practices Approach
Norman Schwartz, MD

Hypothyroidism and Down Syndrome
Erica Peirson, ND

NeuroMovement: Turning the Child with Down Syndrome into a Potent Learner
Anat Baniel, ABM creator

Maternal Choline/Neurogenesis/Therapeutic Intervention for Basic Brain Cognition Support
Barbara Strupp, PhD

Oxidative Stress and Epigenetic Alterations in Down Syndrome: Targeted Nutritional Intervention Trail at Arkansas Children’s Hospital
S. Jill James, PhD

Dietary Targeting of RCAN1 and Chromosome 21 Genes to Treat the Down Syndrome Population
Dana Crawford, PhD

Molecular Mechanisms Engaged in Brain Prior to and Following Development of Alzheimer’s Disease Neuropathology and Dementia in Down Syndrome
D. Allan Butterfield, PhD

Mitochrondial Dysfunction and Oxidative Stress in the Down Syndrome Population
Jorge A. Busciglio, PhD

Treatment Strategies for Mitochondrial Dysfunction
Richard Frye, MD PhD

Healthy Digestion-Healthy Microbiome: What to Test, What Tests Mean and What to Do
Russell Jaffe, MD Phd FACN

Oral Placement Therapy Techniques for Better Speech
Monica Purdy, MA CCC-SLP

Optimized Nutrition is Essential for those with Trisomy 21. Where’s the Debate?
Kent MacLeod, BSc Pharmacology

The Baby-Led Weaning Approach: An Excellent Option to Assist Babies with Down Syndrome in Transitioning to Solid Foods
Jill Rabin, MS CCC-SLP
Gluten Free
Paula Dempsey, Small Business Owner and Grandmother
to child w/Celiac
Balancing Minerals in the Down Syndrome Population
Morley Robbins, MBA CHC

Developmental and Behavioral Consultants
Alison Wimmer, BS Neurodevelopmentalist

Early Dental Intervention to Improve Airway Size and to Correct Oral Rest Posture
James Bieneman, DDS

Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth
Erica Peirson, ND

My Teen Life: Living with Trisomy 21
Lydia Winans, student