Autism Association of Australia Parent Talks on Autism

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Last August 14, 2010, an Australian-Filipino parent, Mr. Karim Pacis, gave a talk on“Biomedical Interventions in the Treatment of Autism”. Mr. Pacis, a member of the Townsville group of the Autism Association in Australia, is a registered nurse, who has an 11 year old son with autism, Mitchell. Mitchell has been having therapy sessions at A Child’s DREAM in 2010. Doctors, nurses, therapists, teachers, parents attended the lecture-forum. The discussion included cod liver oil & colostrum supplementation, autism therapy,  stem cell therapy, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, among others. A Child’s D.R.E.A.M. (Developmental Rehabilitative Early Assessment & Management) Foundation, Inc. is Baguio’s first pediatric therapy center for special children. Services include medical assessment – developmental & behavioral pediatric evaluation; physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech & language therapy, dance therapy, SPED (special education) programs & tutorials, home programs, parenting seminars. A Child’s D.R.E.A.M. Foundation, Inc. is a corporate member of the Autism Society of the Philippines National & Baguio Chapter. Text +63917-8119032, email info@achildsdream.ph, visit www.achildsdream.ph, A Child’s DREAM, Baguio Pines City Lions Club, Gov. Pack Rd., Baguio City.

2 thoughts on “Autism Association of Australia Parent Talks on Autism

  1. Susy Setiawaty

    Dear Sir/Mdm,

    We would like to know your next Workshop of Autism Theraphy which will be held in Australia.

    If possible, we would like to have your full calendar for the rest of 2010 or up to early 2011.

    Thanking you in advance.

    Regards,
    Susy

  2. karim pacis

    @donald. Thank you for your feedback. What you are saying is true. In the country of the Philippines, we need many advocates to help our special children in need. Politicians and lobby groups must come together to help promote these kind of therapies as I believe it is a major factor in treating our special child. It is unfortunate that in the country of Australia, it is not as readily available as we would like it to be or affordable as such.
    @susy. Unfortunately, I dont have a schedule at the moment here in Australia but will let you know in the near future. Pls. leave a message if you require further information about biomedical treatments. Thanks

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