Event: 3rd Annual Long Island Autism Fair & Conference
Date: Saturday & Sunday, April 1st & 2nd, 2006
Place: Sports Plus, Lake Grove, NY (near Stony Brook)
"Effective Teaching: Where Science Meets Common Sense"
"Handwriting Without Tears"
"Work Smart; Understanding Social Security Disabilitiy Benefits & Utilization of Work Incentives"
"Enzyme Replacement Nutrition"
"The Verbal Behavior approach to teaching children with autism"
"Multifactorial Causes of Autism - A Biomedical Perspective"
"Common Treatment Mistakes"
"Food Allergies & Testing"
"Common Gastrointestinal Problems in Children with ASD"
"How to start the GF/CF Diet"
"Introduction to Autism for First Responders"
Also performing both days is musician Mark Leland from Louisiana singing "Missing Pieces". http://www.markleland.net
We will have room for about 70 Vendor Tables throughout the building. All vendors must fill out the application on our website and be approved. More information can be found here: http://www.autismfair.com/vendors.php
Ticket information: http://www.autismfair.com/ticketorder.php Our online store will be up and running next week. Right now it's set up with all the prices and details. We'll be able to take credit card orders in a few days.
Various Sponsorships are also available and can be found at http://www.autismfair.com/sponsorinfo.php
The deadline for program advertisements is Feb 20th, 2006. We offer many different size ads to fit any budget. http://www.autismfair.com/program.php
Our General Information Tables are free to anyone who services the autism community. We will make 3-4 tables available for brochures, catalogs, flyers, business cards, etc. These tables are accessible to all participants and are a great way to share information. Please email Liz at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in sending materials.
Look for our upcoming ads in TAP magazine http://www.theautismperspective.org/
and Mothering Magazine http://www.mothering.com
The LIAF&C Planning Committee
PO Box 662 Stony Brook, NY 11790
"bringing the autism community together"