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

Thursday, September 21, 2017

Check out these expert speakers & exciting presentation titles...

September 2017
Conference Speakers, Presentations & Deadlines
Doctors, therapists, parents, educators, advocates, scientists, researchers and loved ones gathered during the 2016 Innovations Conference.
September 28.... Early Bird Registration Ends
October 4..... Meet & Greet Registration Ends
October 6.... Hotel Registration Discount Ends
Speakers and Topics
Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Inflammation/
Neuroinflammation in T21 and What to do About It
Norman Schwartz, MD

My Life
Lydia Winans, student and self-advocate

Risk Reduction for Leukemia in those with Down Syndrome
Laurette Janak

Brilliant Learning Tips for Students with T21
JoQueta Handy, PhD, SLP-CCC

Hope Unexpectedly Awaits in Sound: Tomatis Listening Therapy
Ellen Young, PhD, MA, RCTC

Application of Near-infrared LEDs to Improve Cognition ...and Improve Language... Can Photobiomodulation Strengthen Connections in the Default Mode Network?
Margaret A. Naeser, Ph.D

Cognitive Improvements with Alzheimer's Disease/Dementia
Using Low Level Light Therapy
Anita Saltmarche, PhD

Reflex Integration Using Low Level Light Therapy
Bonnie Brandes, M.Ed

Neuro-developmental Therapy and SOI (Structure of Intellect)
Intelligence Can Be Learned
Linda Kane, M.CND

Growth Hormone Deficiency in the T21 Population
Richard Levy, MD

The Science Behind Reducing Oxalate in those with Down Syndrome
Susan Costen Owens, BS, MAIS

Functional Nutrition Strategies for Enhancing Digestion
and Preventing Neurodegenerative Decline
Gail Clayton, R.Ph, MS, CNS

The Importance of the C Cleanse and
Use of Functional Predictive Biomarkers in T21
Russell Jaffe, MD, PhD

Sleep, Circadian and Stem Cell Renewal Factors
in the Learning Disability seen in those with Down Syndrome
Craig Heller, PhD
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Wednesday, July 12, 2017

2017 Down Syndrome Innovations Conference Oct. 28-29th Houston

Join us for the latest research and interventions to support and enrich the lives of individuals with Down syndrome.
Visit our conference website for full details.

Early Bird Pricing:
Full conference (2 days)- $170/person

Saturday, October 28th - $85/person
Sunday, October 29th - $85/person
Registration includes full breakfast, mid morning beverage service, plated lunch, mid afternoon beverage service, access to online conference program and
free access to 2017 conference videos

Meet & Greet Reception
October 28th, 6:00-8:00 pm
Hors d'oeuvres and drinks

Please feel free to register friends and loved ones to mix and mingle at the Meet & Greet.
100% of registration fees will be applied directly to conference costs.