Tuesday, December 09, 2008

Easter Seals' Living with Autism Study

Autism is one of the most pervasive and perplexing developmental disabilities of our time. Some estimates place the number of people diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders at one in every 150 children. Easter Seals is thrilled to unveil its groundbreaking Living with Autism Study, gathering families living with autism, government leaders, autism organizations and advocates, professional colleagues, volunteers and corporate partners.

By joining us — live — on December 16th, from 9:30-10:30 AM EST, via the technology offered by EP LiveOnLine, you will be among the first to hear the national findings and take away new insights into the ongoing challenges facing individuals and families living with autism, particularly their concerns about the future. Attendance is free of charge thanks to a grant from MassMutual Financial Group.

No other special technology is needed and you will be able to see and hear the information provided in real time just as if you were present at the National Press Club event! EP LiveOnLine will maintain the full content of the presentation on epliveonline.com and will link from the websites of Easter Seals, EP Global Communications, Inc., Vemics-iMedicor for 90 days following the event.

Register to attend this event on EP LiveOnLine now. December 16, 2008
9:30-10:30 AM EST

This event is open to civilian as well as military families. The Easter Seals Living with Autism Study results will be used to raise awareness of, and advocate for the life long services people living with autism and their families desperately need.

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