January 21, 2010

Talk: Biomedical Treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorders

Tuesday, 9 February 2010, 7.30pm – 9.30pm

“I would like other families to know that autism is treatable, reversible, and in some cases curable. There is hope for any child, no matter how severely afflicted. All children, with intensive biomedical protocols, can improve and enjoy a better quality of life.” - Claudia, USA


What Is Biomedical Intervention?

Biomedical intervention is an alternative treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorder and other related disorders. It seeks to treat the root causes of the disorder with vitamin supplementation and dietary changes. Find out about the causes of autism and the interventions that can help. For more information on biomedical treatments, please visit www.autism.com.

If you are a parent or a professional involved in the care of a child diagnosed with autism, ADHD, PDD-NOS, Aspergers, dyspraxia and other related disorders, this presentation is for you.

(See other conditions that can be treated by biomed)

The speaker:

Dr. Rina Adeline, MD, Dr.MS, Sp.MK is a dedicated member of the Autism Research Institute (ARI) and is trained as a Defeat Autism Now! (DAN!) Doctor. She is a Medical Doctor with a background in Family Medicine. She lectures at the Dept. of Microbiology, Faculty of Medicine, University Padjadjaran, Indonesia. She is head of Klinik Intervensi Biologis Medik. The clinic specialises in treating children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other related disorders. Dr Rina has treated over 1,000 children with ASD.

She has completed the following training with Defeat Autism Now:
Completed Level I Clinician Seminar, 2007
Completed Level II Clinician Seminar, 2008, 2009.

Details:

Date: 9 February 2010 (Tuesday)

Time: 7:30pm – 9:30pm

Venue: Level 5, Matahari 2, Cititel Hotel @ MidValley, Lingkaran Syed Putra, 59200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. (Refreshments will be served.)

Fee: RM100.00 per person
Register 2 attendees for only RM180.00
Register 3 attendees for only RM270.00

Registration deadline: 2 February 2010

This event is for adults only. To register, please email your name(s), telephone number and email address to klbiomed @ gmail.com. Payment details will be sent out to you when you register.

Organised by:

KLBiomed parent support group


See also:

What is Biomedical Treatment?

Recovered from Autism: Maya Viktoria


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1 comment:

  1. Hi,

    Understanding proper autism treatment requires an understanding of the importance that must be placed on the proper environment. A high quality treatment plan for a young child includes 25 hours per week of intensive interaction with other children and therapists in a tightly controlled setting offering highly structured daily routines, and visual cues. Visual cues can show the child through the use of pictures or drawings, the sequences in their daily activities, and what the child can expect. Because deviation from routines can cause anxiety, advance preparation for any kind of deviation from the normal routine is part of the treatment plan. Visual cues are used to compensate for language deficits experienced by autistic children. These are sometimes also referred to in autism treatment environments as visual schedules.

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    Baiju Dixit

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