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USAAA 2010 CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS MANUAL
TABLE OF CONTENTS

TABLE OF CONTENTS

In order of appearance at conference:
(ARTICLES)
Martha Herbert, MD, PhD -
Contributions of the environment and environmentally vulnerable physiology to ASD

John Constantino, MD -
Language delays found in siblings of children with autism

Phillip C. Demio, MD -
Dietary Interventions and Digestive /Gastrointestinal Problems

Marlo Payne Thurman, MS -
Continuums of Functioning and Transitioning Forward

Theresa K. Wrangham -
Continuums of Functioning & Transitioning Forward: A Parents Perspective

Temple Grandin, PhD -
Autism and Visual Thought

Michael McManmon, PhD -
Top 10 Areas of Support For Students As They Transition to College

Stephen Shore, EdD -
Life on and Slightly to the Right of the Autism Spectrum: A Personal Account

Stephen Shore, EdD -
Navigating the sea of approaches for working with children on the autism spectrum

Valerie Paradiz, PhD (Video presentation) -
Supporting the Emerging Self Advocate with ASD and Related Conditions...

Elaine Hall -
The Miracle Project and 7 Easy Ways to Help a Family Diagnosed with Autism

James W. Partington, PhD -
Teaching Children to Talk About Experiences to Establish Social Interaction Skills

Tom Bohager (scheduled on the Behavioral Panel) -
Everything You Need to Know About Enzymes

BONUS SECTION - Articles from previous USAAA Conference Manuals
J. Michael Uszler, MD -
Autism- you’ll never see it the same way again

Jerry J. Kartzinel, MD, FAAP -
Current uses of nutritional supplements for adjunctive therapy in children withe ASD

Raun K. Kaufman -
Breakthrough Developmental Strategies

Stan Kurtz -
Comprehensive antiviral, anti-fungal, and nasal MB12 treatment

James Neubrander, MD, FAAEM -
Quantitative EEG Evidence

James Neubrander, MD, FAAEM -
Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Children with ASD

James Neubrander, MD, FAAEM -
Methyl-B12: Doing It Right! Methylcobalamin Update

Krysti DeZonia, EdD -
New Models for residential supports for adults with autism and other developmental disabilities

Lawrence P. Kaplan, PhD -
Excerpts from, “Diagnosis Autism Now What?”, Kaplan/Burstein

GLOSSARY OF TERMS

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