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Autism 2017

Sessions/ Tracks

ConferenceSeries Ltd composes gathering arrangement all around the globe. In 2017 here we invite you to the 3rd International Conference on Autism in August 21-22, 2016 (Dates are Tentative) at Los Angeles, USA (Venue might be changed).

Autism is a neurodevelopment issue. It is a mental condition, persevering from early youth described by trouble in conveying, powerlessness to frame connections and strange conduct designs. Autism proceeds in adulthood yet is quieted. The different hereditary, ecological, teratogenic, vaccination components might be the reasons for Autism. About 1 percent of the total populace is having Autism. More than 3.5 million Americans live with an autism range issue i.e. 1 in 68 births are extremely introverted and administrations cost U.S. residents $236-262 billion every year.

Autism is a neurodevelopment disorder. It is a mental condition, persisting from early childhood characterized by difficulty in communicating, inability to form relationships and unusual behaviour patterns. Autism continues in adulthood but is muted. The various genetic, environmental, teratogenic, immunization factors may be the causes of Autism .About 1 percent of the world’s population is having Autism. More than 3.5 million Americans live with an autism spectrum disorder i.e. 1 in 68 births are autistic. Autism services cost U.S. citizens $236-262 billion annually.

Track 1: Autistic Disorders

Autism may be a neurodevelopment disorder quite totally different from the opposite neurodevelopmental Disorders. Autistic individuals are severely impaired in some respects however traditional, or perhaps superior, in others. syndrome features a robust genetic basis, though the biology of spectrum are complicated and it's unclear whether or not ASD is explained additional by rare mutations with major effects, or by rare multigene interactions of common genetic variants.

Autism Spectrum constitutes of a range of disorders diagnosed as autism, Asperger syndrome, pervasive development disorder and childhood disintegrative disorder.

There are about 695,000 individuals within the Great Britain having syndrome, and regarding thirty six, 500 of each four million kids born annually within the U.S are having Autism.  The studies claim that boys are four to 5 times more probably than girls to have Autism. One in sixty eight U.S. kids has associate Autism spectrum disorder regarding 30 percent increase from one in eighty eight 2 years ago, by the Centres for disease control and prevention.

Track 2: High Functioning Autism

High-functioning autism is applied to individuals with Autism World Health Organization are deemed to be cognitively "higher functioning" (with an I.Q. of larger than 70) than people with autism. people with HFA exhibit deficits in field of communication, emotion recognition and expression, and social interaction. Individuals with high-functioning Autism have a lower intelligence quotient, higher visual/spatial skills, less deviating locomotion and sometimes have issues functioning independently; they develop Curiosity, unusual interest for several various things.

Track 3: Sensory Integration and Emotion Regulation in Autism

Many people with autism spectrum disorder have issue process everyday sensory data like sounds, lights and smells. This can be sometimes known as sensory integration difficulties, or sensory sensitivity. Sensory issues could also be the reason for such behaviours as rocking, spinning, and hand-flapping. Though the receptors for the senses are placed within the peripheral system (which includes everything but the brain and spinal cord), it's believed that the problem starts from neurological dysfunction within the central nervous system-the brain.

 

Track 4: Autism: Transitioning to Adulthood

"Transition to adulthood" can probably become a complicated process that starts as before long as kid is born and continues as the child becomes an adult, through adolescents, so through the stages of adulthood.  The transition to adulthood may be a tough time for teens with autism. Transitioning will invoke feelings of uncertainty and even worry concerning the long run, as a result of teens with autism each operate at completely different levels and that they need variable degrees of care. Creativeness usually aids to an enormous a part of this method.

Track 5: Autistic challenges in everyday life

Performing activities of daily life, like dressing oneself, self-feeding, and toileting, is crucial to a person’s independence and their ability to be a part within the larger world. Mastering such tasks is often particularly difficult for those with autism .There are varied alternative problems that they and their families bear on each day. Children with autism react otherwise to stimuli than those without autism do. Several youngsters with autism trust a routine and will become agitative or swamped once one thing doesn't follow the routine.

Track 6: Autism Test and Treatment

Diagnosis is behaviour primarily based, and not cause or mechanism in Autism. Many diagnostic instruments are accessible. 2 are popularly utilized in the Spectrum research the autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised is a semi structured parent interview, and Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule is observation and interaction with the kid. The Childhood autism Rating Scale is employed in clinical environments to assess severity of autism based on observation of kids. A medical specialty neuropsychologist is typically asked to assess the behaviour and psychological feature skills, each to help identification and to assist suggest educational interventions. The main aim of treating youngsters with autism is to minimize associated deficits and family distress, and to extend the standard of life and practical independence. No specific treatment is best and treatment is often tailored to the individual’s wants. Families and also the educational system are the most resources for treatment. Educational interventions are effective to variable degrees in most children: intensive ABA treatment, Behavioural and Communication Approach strategies, varied approved Anti-Depressants, Stimulants, Anti-Psychotic medicine, and Dietary Approaches may be assisted within the treatment.

Track 7: Autism Awareness

Some denigrate it as simply poor social skills, whereas the health profession calls it a neurological disorder. Autism, delineated in medical terms as a pervasive developmental disorder, may be a condition that's much more serious than mere poor social skills.  Lack of awareness regarding psychological state and poor medical infrastructure, few autism prevalence studies exist outside of the U.S. although it appears like anybody and everybody has heard of autism, in several places within the world its still type of a new topic.

 
 

 Track 8: Autism Associated Syndromes

Autism spectrum Disorder, itself being a superior disorder, has a number of the medical conditions that may occur in conjunction with autism however don't seem to be classified as ASDs. They embody Angelman SyndromeAsperger's SyndromeFragile X SyndromeLanau-Kleffner SyndromePrader-Willi SyndromeRett Syndromedyskinesia, and syndrome

Track 8: Autism Associated Syndrome

Autism spectrum disorders , has numerous alternative disorders like brain disease, sleep disorders, gastro enteral Disorders like constipation, dyspepsia, are noticed among the autistic people. Attention deficit disorder, Catatonia, learning disability is additionally wide present in the autistic patients, Researchers are working their way to cut back the associated medical disorders to reduce the aggression in autism.

Track 9: Autism Research: New insights

Further analysis, the results might guide how therapists tailor treatments for patients who have autism. Varied Autism analysis works are conducted and motor-assisted by the autistic regarding Organisations within the field of pathophysiology, medication, and varied therapeutic patterns are investigatedRelated Autism Conferences Autistic Disorders Conferences Neurology Conferences

Track 10: Pharmaceutical Trails and Advancements

Late advances inside the hereditary art of a mental imbalance underlines its etiological heterogeneousness, with each hereditary defencelessness locus representing a little part of cases or having little result. A few of the year's most huge advances utilized new innovations to survey and designed on the dream and traveller of data set up by years of interest in fundamental examination. The ways and Advancements in a mental imbalance research helped in building a desire and sensible can for the treatment of the medications.

Track 11: Autism Vaccines

Autism and Vaccines is a controversial subject, some scientists believe autism to be caused due to the immunization of vaccines and some atomize it. Let’s study further to understand the relation between autism and vaccines.

Track 12: Case Report

A case report could be a elaborate report consisting the symptoms, signs, diagnosis, treatment, associate degreed follow-up of an   individual patient. A case report is mostly thought of a kind of proof of the work disbursed and also the output earned. It offers collective data and additional references for any analysis that is to be carried. Autism Case reports are often of clinical reports, medication case reports, pathological or analysis based mostly and even supported numerous diagnostic, symptoms and treatment reports

 

About Conference

ConferenceSeries Ltd invites all the participants from all over the world to attend ‘’ 3rd International Conference On Autism’’ during August 21-22, 2017 at Los Angeles, USA. which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions. Autism conference will be around the theme “Seeing the World from a different angle”.

Autism is a neurodevelopment disorder. It is a mental condition, persisting from early childhood characterized by difficulty in communicating, inability to form relationships and unusual behaviour patterns. Autism continues in adulthood but is muted. The various genetic, environmental, teratogenic, immunization factors may be the causes of Autism .About 1 percent of the world’s population is having Autism. More than 3.5 million Americans live with an autism spectrum disorder i.e. 1 in 68 births are autistic. Autism services cost U.S. citizens $236-262 billion annually.

About 1 in 68 children has been identified with autism spectrum disorder.  According to estimates by CDC's Autism  and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Network. Autism Spectrum Disorder is almost 5 times more common among boys (1 in 42) comparative to girls (1 in 189).About 1 in 6 children in the United States had a developmental disability in 2006-2008, ranging from disabilities such as speech and language impairments to serious developmental disabilities, like intellectual disabilities and autism. International Conference on Autism is a unique forum to bring together worldwide distinguished academics and industries in the field of neuroscience and neurology, , public health professionals, scientists, academics, industry researchers, scholars to exchange about state of the art research and technologies.

The total costs per year for children with Autism spectrum Disorder in the United States were found to be between $11.5 billion - $60.9 billion (2011 US dollars). This significant economic budget accommodates a wide range of direct and in-direct costs, from research, medical care to special education to lost parental productivity. 

Why to Attend?

International Conference on Autism is a unique forum to bring together worldwide distinguished scholars and academies in the field of neuroscience and neurology,  public health professionals, scientists, academic scientists, Psychiatrist industry researchers, scholars to exchange about state of the art research and technologies. ICA is a unique platform to have a collaborative approach to motivate and establish good will in the autism world.

Target Audience

Directors

Head of Department

Professors 

Industrial

Neurologist

Neuroscientist

Neuro-oncologist

Neuro radiologist

Neurosurgeons

Psychiatrist

Students from Academia in the research of neurology

Market Analysis

The organizing committee is gearing up for an exciting and informative conference program which includes plenary lectures, symposia, workshops , poster presentations and various programs for participants from all over the world are invited to join us at the Autism Conference, where you will be sure to have a meaningful experience with  eminent scholars from around the world. All members of the Autism Conference organizing committee look forward to meeting you in USA.

Importance and Scope

About 1 in 68 children has been identified with autism spectrum disorder.  Autism Spectrum Disorder is almost 5 times more common among boys (1 in 42) comparative to girls (1 in 189).About 1 in 6 children in the United States had a developmental disability in 2006-2008, ranging from disabilities such as speech and language impairments to serious developmental disabilities, like intellectual disabilities and autism. 

International Conference on Autism is a unique forum to bring together worldwide distinguished academics and industries in the field of neuroscience and neurology, public health professionals, scientists, academics, industry researchers, scholars to exchange about state of the art research and technologies.

This conference aims to stimulate new ideas for the treatment, motivation and recovery of the Autistic children.

Conferences, National symposiums and Workshops encourage growth, execution and exchange of information about Autism Conference and its allied areas.

Why to Attend?

International Conference on Autism is a unique forum to bring together worldwide distinguished scholars and academies in the field of neuroscience and neurology, public health professionals, scientists, academic scientists, Psychiatrist industry researchers, scholars to exchange about state of the art research and technologies. Autism Conference is a unique platform to have a collaborative approach to motivate and establish good will in the autism world.

Conference Highlights  

 Autism Disorders

What Causes Autism

Signs of Autism

Autism Tests

Autism Treatment

High functioning autism

Sensory integration

 Emotion Regulation in Autism

Autism Associated Syndromes

Autism Associated Disorders Autistic challenges in everyday life

Autism: Transitioning to Adulthood

Autism and Crime

Autism Awareness

Pharmaceutical Trails and Advancements

Autism Research: New insights

Target Audience

Directors

Head of Department

Professors 

Industrial

Neurologist

Neuroscientist

Neuro-oncologist

Neuro radiologist

Neurosurgeons

Psychiatrist

Students from Academia in the research of neurology

Major Organizations & Associations

Sanjivini Society, addressing mental health needs in the community, New Delhi, India, Asia
A Billion Minds and Lives, projects in Africa, based in USA
Promise Global, a global alliance for humane care in Mental Health, based in UK
IMHCN, International Mental Health Collaboration Network, Worldwide, based in UK
Care For Health, Rehabilitation of Adults with a Mental Illness, Karachi, Pakistan, Asia
Community Association for Psychosocial Services (CAPS), Freetown, Sierra Leone, Africa
Me2Orchestra, music organization created for individuals with mental illnesses, Based in USA
the Live, Love, Laugh Foundation, Bengaluru, India, Asia
Metally Aware Initiative, Nigeria, Africa
The Mandate Health Empowerment Initiative, Lagos, Nigeria, Africa
Basicneeds Pakistan, mental health and development advocacy organization, Pakistan, Asia
Meditrina, specialized mental health care facility, Rawalpindi, Pakistan, Asia
Sociotherapy Rwanda, Rwanda, Africa
CCOMS, Centre Collaborateur de l’Organisation Mondiale de la Santé pour la recherche et la formation en santé mentale, Lille, France, Europe
Save by Seva, Providing trauma treatment to freed child slaves, India, but based in Netherlands
Tartan Explorer, raising awareness of suicide prevention and mental health, worldwide, but based in Scotland
Maternal Mental Health Platform Turkey, Turkey, Middle East
Sharing Stories, sharing experiences about mental health, UK and Uganda, Africa
X2AI, psychological artificial intelligence for mental health care, based in USA, project in Lebanon, Middle East
Mabel Mental Care Foundation, health care for the mentally challenged patients, Enugu state, Nigeria, Africa
Gede Foundation, bringing stigmatized health burdens out of the shadows, Abuja, Nigeria, Africa
Mercy for Life Foundation, Nigeria, Africa
Friendship Bench Project, CBT for Depression, Zimbabwe, Africa
Life Stories and Recovery, interactive space/blog, online, based in Seville, Spain, Europe
SAPTA, Support for Addiction and Prevention, Nairobi, Kenya, Africa
Centre for Child and Adolescent Mental Health University of Ibadan, Nigeria, Africa
Proyecto SUMA, rehabilitation project, Buenos Aires, Argentina, South America
South Asian Hub for Advocacy, Research and Education on Mental Health, , Islamabad, Pakistan, Asia
Clowns Without Borders South Africa, Durban, South Africa, Africa
Crazywise documentary film on new ways of recovery, based in USA
International Bipolar Foundation, International, HQ in USA
iChange, Psychology-based Human Resource Development Organization, Sri Lanka, Asia
Kamili Mental Health Organization, Nairobi, Kenya, Africa
Tomohon Community MH Project, North Sulawesi, Indonesia, based in USA
CVICT, Centre for Victims of Torture Nepal, Nepal, Asia
CODEF Africa, Maternal and Mental Healthcare, Ghana, Africa
Befrienders Uganda, crisis intervention and suicide prevention, Kampala, Uganda, Africa
Clowns Without Borders UK, sharing Laughter and Joy with Children in Crisis, Worldwide, HQ in UK
Befrienders Malaysia, providing free and emotional support, suicide prevention, Malaysia, Asia
Men Tell Health, devoted to men and mental health, international, but based in UK
Gaza Mental Health Foundation, for Gaza, Palestine, but based in USA
Quality Rights Gujarat, project to improve care and human rights in MH facilities, Maharashtra, India, Asia
Syrian Telemental Health Network, based in North America
ADN Center for Psychological Treatment and Support, Tripoli, Lebanon, Middle East
Lisbon Institute of Global Mental Health, Lisbon, Portugal, Europe
Mandala Foundation, psychosocial support to strengthen humanitarian action, Melbourne, Australia
Habeeb Mental Health Foundation, Mogadishu, Somalia, Africa
MHAF Maldives, Mental Health Awareness Foundation, Maldives, Asia
Lumos, Protecting Children, Providing Solutions, Worldwide, HQ London
Member Care Associates, Inc, by Kelly and Michèle O’Donnell, Switzerland, Europe and USA
IPSO Cultural Context, International Psychosocial Organization, Afghanistan and Haiti, based in Germany, Europe
Psycho-Social Rehabilitation Center For Uvira (CRPU), Uvira, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)
Leads Nepal, Integrating Mental Health and Development, Nepal, Asia
Amba for Life, Economic empowerment of the intellectually challenged, Bangalore, India, Asia
d-Home Mental Health Association Malaysia, Malaysia, Asia
Homeless World Cup, using football to empower and support homeless and other vulnerable people, Global
World Dignity Project, against stigma, for dignity in MH, Global
Developing Mental Health, international network for MH professionals, Worldwide
Project Semicolon, Faith based NGO for hope and love (;), Worldwide, based in USA
Urban Design Mental Health, more attention for mental health in urban designs, Worldwide
The Guyana Foundation Mental Health Project, Guyana, South America
Teen Mental Health, international organization in adolescent mental health, International, based in Canada
Shared Minds, training health workers in mental health care delivery, Nepal, HQ in USA
YogaFusion, Yoga in action for post-conflict reconciliation, International
HeartMind International, mental health and psychosocial services in South Asia and for the South Asian diaspora, International, based in USA
WordOnTheGround, mental health crowd-sourcing platform and support consultancy, International, based in Ireland, Europe
MindFulNext, aid for aid workers, International, Online
HCA Mental Health Care Centre, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India, Asia
White Swan Foundation, knowledge services for Mental Health and Wellbeing, Bangalore, India, Asia
SocialFelt, Craft, Touch and Care, Worldwide, based in UK
Thandanani Centre for Persons with Severe Psychiatric Disability, Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
Uganda Diaspora Health Foundation, Uganda and UK
Healing Through Art, Stories from Swaziland, Swaziland, Africa
Western Mass, Recovery Learning Community, Massachusetts, USA
Kenya Psychological Association, Kenya, Africa
Atma Nirbhar, Mental Illness and Employment project, Chennai, India
HUGS for better Mental Health, Sheffield (UK), Uganda, Africa
the ASHAA Family, rehabilitation of persons with mental illness, Chennai, India
Psicologi nel Mondo (psychologists for peoples in the World), International, based in Italy, Europe
It gets Brighter, online video platform, messages of hope, Worldwide
MHAF Mental Health Awareness Foundation (Facebook page), Republic of Maldives, Asia
JENGA East Africa Psycho-Social Network (Facebook page), East Africa
IMERSE, International Mental Health Resource Services, Swaziland, Africa
Haitian Mental Health (HMH) Network, Haiti, Based in USA
Yale University Global Mental Health ProgramNew Haven, USA
WordOnTheGround, Mental Health crowd-sourcing platform and consultancy, International, HQ Northern Ireland, Europe
The Mental Elf, reliable Mental Health Research, Policy and Guidance online, based in UK
Dar es Salaam Voluntary Association, improving the lives of people with mental illness (Facebook page), Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Africa
CHHD Mental Health International, strengthening consumer and family movements, El Salvador, Central America, HQ USA
Ummeed, helping Children with Disabilities, Mumbai, India, Asia
Care For Health, integrating adults with mental illness back into society, Karachi, Pakistan, Asia
Schizophrenia Awareness Association (SAA), Pune, India, Asia
Families Healing Together, connecting families around mental health and emotional distress, Worldwide, based in N.America
Prostor, destigmatization, social affirmation and human rights of people with mental health problems, Serbia, Eastern Europe
TPO Foundation, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Europe
Dabatem, Centre for Behaviour Research and Therapy, Istanbul, Turkey, Euresia
Fracarita International, with mental health projects worldwide, based in Brugge, Belgium, Europe
Reconnect, Health Development Initiative, Abuja, Nigeria, Africa
Centre for Community Dialogue and Change (CCDC), working with Forum Theatre in Mental Health, Bangalore, India, Asia
Basic Needs Laos PDR, Laos PDR, Asia
#FundaMentalSDG global initiative post-2015 development agenda, International
Samaritans, 24h/day emotional support helpline service, UK and Ireland, Europe
Mon Foundation, Awareness, Care, Training and Research in Mental Health, Kolkata, India, Asia
Postpartum Support International, PSI, Worldwide, HQ in USA
South African Federation for Mental Health, South Africa
BasicNeeds Ghana, Ghana, Africa
MQ Transforming Mental Health, funding for MH research, worldwide, based in UK
CMHLP, Centre for Mental Health and Human Rights, offering int’l trainings, India, Asia
Act For Change India, using forum theatre to raise awareness, UK and India
IIMHL, International Initiative for Mental Health Leadership, international, based in New Zealand
Action For Mental Illness, ACMI, India
NASM Afrique, New Approach Mental Health Africa, based in Lomé, Togo, Africa
gbhreview, Global Mental Health News website, international, based in USA
Health Equity Initiative, forced labor, human trafficking and mental health, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Asia
ASHA International, Promoting Mental Health Awareness, Hope and Holistic Wellness, International, based in Oregon, USA
FACEMI, Families Alliance on Mental Illness, New Delhi, India
Centre for Humanitarian Psychology, International, based in Switzerland, Europe
Center for Crisis Psychology, Bergen, Norway, Europe
Richmond Psychosocial Foundation International, ‘Quality support to transform lives’, international, HQ in UK
GAMIAN-Europe (Global Alliance of Mental Illness Advocacy Networks-Europe), Europe
The NGO Committee on Mental Health in consultative relationship with the UN, New York, USA
Colectivo Chuhcan, peer-support for people with psychosocial disabilities (only in Spanish), Mexico City, Mexico, America
The Marcé Society for Perinatal Mental Health, International, HQ USA
Makshivim Net, innovative rehabilitation projects, Israel and Worldwide
Talisman Foundation, temporary home and rehabilitation support for those with a mental illness, Johannesburg, South Africa
Bring Joy To Needy (for people with a mental illness), Yaoundé, Cameroon, Africa
My Mind My Funk, Mental Health Information and Support Hub, Nairobi, Kenya, Africa
Mental Health First Aid Australia, based in Australia but active in 21 countries
ICRA Whole Life, The International Centre for Recovery Action in Practice Education and Research, International, based in UK
International Mental Health Research Organization (IMHRO), Worldwide, based in USA
TrustCircle, International Peer-Centered Mental Health Network, international, HQ in USA
Psychosocial Disabilities Rights Project, consulting firm, International, based in South Africa
Taiwha Fountain House, rehabilitation clubhouse, Seoul, South Korea, Asia
Psychology in Africa, resource map of mental health in Africa, online
The CARe Europe, Netwerk for Community Care, Recovery and Social Inclusion, Europe
MeHPriC: Mental Health in Primary Care Project, Lagos, Nigeria, Africa
The Somalia Mental Health Foundation, Somalia, Africa
International Society for Psychological and Social Approaches to Psychosis, International, based in Europe
SHARE (South Asian Hub for Advocacy, Research and Education on Mental Health), India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, UK, USA
McPin Foundation ‘Transforming mental health research’, UK and sometimes Global
Alan J. Flisher Centre for Public Mental Health (CPMH), South Africa
(CoMHI) Community Mental Health Initiatives Uganda, Kampala, Uganda, Africa
the Bethel House, self-help community for people with Schizophrenia, Urakawa Town, Japan, Asia
Psychologists for Social Responsibility, Worldwide, HQ in USA
Street Angels Foundation Uganda, to better the lives of slum and street children, Kampala, Uganda, Africa
Hope and Health Vision, creating a better world for vulnerable children, Burundi, Africa
Trauma Centre for Survivors of Violence and Torture, Cape Town, South Africa
Suryani Institute for Mental Health, Bali, Indonesia, Asia
International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions (IACAPAP)Worldwide
The Center for Victims of Torture, care for those who have been tortured and advocacy, Worldwide, HQ USA
Mental Health Media Forum, Improving Mental Health Reporting Worldwide, HQ USA
Singapore Association for Mental Health, Singpore, Asia
Uvira Psycho-Social Rehabilitation Center (CRPU), Uvira, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Africa
Liberian Behavioral Health Services, Monravia, Liberia, Africa
Virtual Psychology in Chad, therapy via Skype from Canada to Chad, Chad, Africa and Canada
Komunitas Peduli Skizofrenia, community care for people with schizophrenia, Jakarta, Indonesia, Asia
Children and War Foundation, Worldwide, HQ in Bergen, Norway, Europe
Empathy, Psycho-Rehabilitation Centre for Victims of Torture, Violence and Pronounced Stress Impact, Tbilisi, Georgia, Eastern Europe/Western Asia
Centre for Mental Health and Counselling Nepal (CMC-Nepal), Nepal, Asia
Asia Australia Mental Health, supporting community based mental health reform in the Asia-Pacific region, Asia/Australia, HQ Melbourne, Australia
the Emerald Mental Health Consortium, 5 different EU member states and 6 partners in Ethiopia, India, Nepal, Nigeria, South Africa and Uganda
Open Society Initiative for Eastern Africa: encouraging open and informed dialogue about issues of public importance, HQ in Nairobi, Kenya, Africa
Prahran Mission, services for persons with a mental illness or with extreme disadvantages, Melbourne, Australia
International Association for Youth Mental Health, a membership organization, International, HQ in Australia
Enabling Access to Mental Health, Mental health Coalition Sierra Leone, Sierra Leone, Africa
Centre for International Mental Health, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia
MHAT, Mental Health Action Trust, comprehensive mental health care for the poor, Kerala, India
Strong Minds, to provide group-IPT in Africa, activities in Uganda, Africa, HQ USA
Mental Health Foundation Ghana, organizing activities in Ghana, based in Australia
Mental Health Awareness Nigeria, fighting stigma, Nigeria, Africa
Intervoice, International Community of Hearing Voices, International, HQ in UK
Zimbabwe National Association For Mental Health, Zimbabwe, Africa
Mind Cycle Africa, cycling 100 miles across Africa to raise awareness for mental health issues, Global
Mad In America, Science, Psychiatry and Community blog, USA, but global target group
Paripurnata, Half-way and Rehabilitation House for women, Kolkata, India
Commit and ACT, psychotherapist support to traumatized people in areas of conflict, based in Germany, work in Sierra Leone, Africa
BIMEHC, Babungo Integrated Mental Health Care, Cameroon, Africa
The Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR), Mental Health Watchdog, International, but based in USA
HOPE org, Chronic Disease and Mental Health Development, Hargeisa, Somaliland, Africa
Amaudo UK ‘Mental Health Matters’, partnership UK-Nigeria
the Gulbenkian Global Mental Health Platform, International, HQ Portugal, Europe
For All Africa Foundation, advocacy and support for people with a mental illness, Ghana
World Fellowship for Schizophrenia and Allied Disorders (WFSAD), Worldwide
Network For Africa: overcoming trauma, rebuilding communities, HQ in UK, working in Uganda and Rwanda
Transcultural Psychosocial Organization (TPO) Nepal, Nepal, Asia
Equator Foundation, assistance for traumatized refugees and victims of human trafficking, Worldwide, HQ in the Netherlands
Careif, International Mental Health charity, international, HQ in London, UK
TPO Cambodia (Transcultural Psychosocial Organization), Cambodia, Aisa
PEERS, Peers Envisioning and Engaging in Recovery Services, Oakland, USA
Perinatal Mental Health Project, Cape Town, South Africa
Sugoihito, fighting mental health stigma with help of famous Japanese (site in Japanese only), Japan
Black Dog Tribe, social place 4 reading and sharing about mental health issues, online, based in UK
The Chester M. Pierce, MD Division of Global Psychiatry, Massachusetts, USA
Global Mental Health-Map (GMH-Map), international, initiated in Switzerland, Europe
SPEAK, Standing for Psychological Education and Awareness in Kuwait, Kuwait, Middle East
Normal Difference Mental Health Project, a group of mental health activists, Kenya, Africa
The Kintampo Project, improving community mental health services, Ghana, Africa
International Association for Suicide Prevention, Worldwide, but HQ in Norway, Europe
the Richmond Fellowship Society, comprehensive rehabilitation for people with a mental illness, India, HQ Bangalore
International Association for Women’s Mental Health, Worldwide, but based in USA
The Center for the Human Rights of Users and Survivors of Psychiatry (CHRUSP), International, but based in USA
Jhankar, a costume jewelry business by people suffering from chronic mental illness, Kolkata, India
EDRA, specialized services in the Mental Health and Learning Disabilities sector, Attica, Greece, Europe
One in Four, glossy magazine written by people with mental health difficulties, UK
Carter Center building Mental Health Care in Liberia, Liberia, Africa
MEHATA, Mental Health Association of Tanzania, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
The Minds Foundation, mental health care in rural India, India, NGO based in USA
Scotland Malawi Mental Health Education Project, Edinburgh, Scotland/UK and Malawi
Field for Hope, raising money and awareness for depression, Worldwide, but based in USA
Maryknoll Nepal, rehabilitation of prisoners with a mental illness, Nepal, Asia
Manas, society for mentally disturbed persons, their family and friends, West Bengal, India
Epapsy, association for regional development and mental health, Greece, Europe
Centre for Global Mental Health, London, UK
Butabika-East London Link, Exchange Relationship UK-Uganda, London-Kampala, UK-Uganda, Africa
Mental Disability Advocacy Center, Eastern Europe, Africa, based in Hungary, Europe
Rusihak, Human Rights in Mental Health Initiative (site in Turkish), Instanbul, Turkey
Nepal Mental Health Foundation, Nepal, Asia
MEHSOG, Mental Health Society Ghana, Ghana
GAVO, General Assistance and Volunteer Organization, Somaliland
Akshaya Trust, helping the helpless, homeless, sick, elderly and mentally ill, Madurai, India
Ilajnafsy, offering Arabic Internet-based treatment of PTSD, Netherlands and Germany, Europe
Empilweni, mental health care for children and youth in Khayelitsha, Cape Town, South Africa
the Peter C. Alderman Foundation, healing the psychological scars of terrorism, Worldwide, based in NY, USA
Coalition for Work With Psychotrauma and Peace, based in Vukovar, Croatia, Europe
Trauma Recovery blog by Eva Alisic, global, based in Australia
Caraes, the Brothers of Charity, mental health care, Worldwide, based in Belgium, Europe
Face Teen, interactive website for mental health issues and teenagers, Hong Kong
Bhaso, support groups for people living with HIV, Zimbabwe, Africa
Schizophrenia Forums, online network for people with schizophrenia, Worldwide
the Lowdown, online help for youth with depression, Online, based in New Zealand
The Siwe Project, Promoting mental health awareness and education in the global black community, Worldwide, based in Lanham, USA
CBM Community Mental Health Projects, International, based in Germany, Europe
Horizon, Social Assistance Development Organization, Hargeisa, Somaliland, Africa
GSH-HIV Mental Health Group, Western Cape, South Africa
TheMHS, the Mental Health Services Conference, Australia/Asia
One Mind Kenya, mental health awareness campaign, Nairobi, Kenya
Remind India, Mental Health and Human Rights, India
Partners In Health, PIH, Based in US and working worldwide
iACToR, International Association of CyberPsychology, Training, and Rehabilitation, International
Portugal Prints, creative rehabilitation project, London, UK
the Good Practice Group, Strategic Actions for Mental Health & Psychosocial Support, founded in Sri Lanka, Asia
PRIME, Programme for improving Mental Health care, based in South Africa, active in 5 LIMICs
Klimaka NGO, mental health services and activism, based in Greece, working in several countries
TABISH Social health Education organization (TSHEO), Afghanistan
ICCD, International Centre for Clubhouse Development, worldwide, but based in New York, US
Lagos State Mental Health Team, Lagos, Nigeria, Africa
Mental Health Foundation Nigeria, Loas, Nigeria
African Palliative Care Association, active in a couple of African countries
Yongin, WHO Collaborating Center for Psychosocial Rehabilitation and Community Mental Health, Korea
the St. Camille de Lellis Foundation, rehabilitation of mental health patients, Benin and Ivory Coast, Africa, but based in Italy, Europe
Cape Mental Health Society, Cape Town, South Africa
ACMI, Advocacy initiative for Persons with Mental Illness, India
The Argentinian Association for Mental Health, AASM, Buenos Aires, Argentinia
Comcare, affordable, stable accommodation for adults with chronic psychiatric disabilities, Cape Town, South Africa
Movement for Global Mental Health, Global network organization
WFMH, World Federation of Mental Health, Global membership organization
The Association for the Improvement of Mental Health Programmes, Based in Geneva, Switzerland, Europe
NGO Forum for Health; Promoting equity, justice and rights in health care, based in Geneva, Switzerland, Europe
Grand Challenges in Global Mental Health, Global, but based in USA
NAAJMI, National Alliance for Access to Justice for persons with Mental Illness, New Delhi, India
Mental Health Worldwide with member organizations in several countries, worldwide, but based in Canada
WordsMatter, campaign for fair mental health reporting, based in UK
Salus World, psychosocial care after emergencies, based in Denver, USA
Psychosocial Support and Children’s Rights Resource Center, Philippines
International Association of Forensic Mental Health Services, International
HIFA-Zambia, Healthcare Information For All in 2015 International email forum for Zambia
Heartsounds; The voice of experience-generating mental health, Kampala, Uganda
World Association for Psychosocial Rehabilitation, WAPR, Head office Manila, Philippines
The Philippines Psychiatric Association, Manile, Philippines
INTAR: International Network Toward Alternatives and Recovery, International
Central Gauteng Mental Health Society, Johannesburg, South Africa
National Organization of Users and Survivors of Psychiatry Rwanda, Kigali, Rwanda, Africa
BACAMH, Bangladesh Association for Child and Adolescent Mental Health, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Mind Freedom Ghana, Accra, Ghana, Africa
Sangath, improving health across the life-span, Goa, India
Mental Health Uganda, indigenous NGO for people with and survivors of mental illness, Kampala, Uganda
AfyaMtandao, health info sharing network, online, Tanzania
Anjali, mental health & human rights organization, Kolkata, India
Antara, psychiatric treatment and rehabilitation, Kolkata, Bengal, India
Kenya Society for the Mentally Handicapped, KSMH, Kenya, Africa
Youth on the Move, Empower talents with EpilepsyNairobi, Kenya
Antares Foundation, maneging stress in humanitarion aid workers, Worldwide, based in the Netherlands, Europe
Kiwakkuki, raising awareness about HIV/Aids, Moshi, Tanzania
The Banyan, improving mental health care in India, Chennai, India
Makshivim.net, interactive support group, Tel-Aviv, Israel
Medic-Mobile.org, Worldwide, based in USA
TPO Uganda, Transcultural Psychosocial Organisation, Kampala, Uganda
Befrienders Worldwide, Active in 40 countries
Reference Centre for Psychosocial Support, IFRC, worldwide, based in Denmark, Europe
Paripurnata, Half-Way-Home, centre for psychosocial rehabilitation, Kolkata, India
Open Society Mental Health Initiative, Budapest, Hungary, Europe
Silver Ribbon; towards a positive mental health, Singapore
Tiyatien Health, Liberia, Africa
Division of Social and Transcultural Psychiatry, McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Regional Psycho Social Support Initiative for Children, in 13 African countries
Scarf, Schizophrenia Research Foundation, India
Mental Disability Rights Initiative Serbia, Serbia, Europe
Aanhouwen, Work and Care Centre, Somerset West, South Africa
NewLife, Psychiatric Rehablitation Association, Hong Kong
Bangladesh Disabled Peoples’ Organization for all, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Healthnet TPO, International, based in the Netherlands
Iswar Sankalpa Kolkata, India
International Medical Corps, Mental Health Program, International, based in USA, UK
KAFA, Beirut, Lebanon
South African Depression and Anxiety Group, South Africa
Alzheimer’s and related disorders Society India Kerala, India
Butabika Hospital Kampala, Uganda
Koshish, Kathmandu, Nepal
CSAGA, Center for Studies and Applied Sciences in gender-family-women-adolescents Hanoi, Vietnam
Basic Needs International, based in UK and India
Global Initiative on Psychiatry International, based in the Netherlands
The Cool Waters Nairobi, Kenya (temporally off line)
Philippine Mental Health Association Quezon City, Philippines
Africa Mental Health Foundation Nairobi, Kenya
Community Mental Health and Psychiatry Cape Town, South Africa
Turning Point Mental Rehabilitation Centre in Kolkata, India

 

Past Conference Report

Autism 2016

Autism 2016

2nd International Conference on Autism was organized during September 15-16, 2016 at Phoenix Airport Marriott Hotel in Phoenix, Arizona, USA. With the support and contribution of the Organizing Committee Members, we successfully hosted the event at the conference venue.

Firstly we must thank you for trusting us and participating at Autism 2016, a global platform to discuss various important aspects of Neurology.

There are infinite reasons to extend our gratitude to you for making the Autism 2016 outstanding conference. We couldn't have done it without your continuous support and believe towards our organization, which mutually made to achieve Autism 2016 a new heights in the field of Neuroscience.

The conference was marked with the attendance of young and brilliant researchers, business delegates and talented student communities representing more than 30 countries, who have driven this event into the path of success.   

The conference was organized around the theme “Understanding Autistic Mind and Accelerating Recovery”. The event implanted a firm relation of upcoming strategies in the field of Autism with the scientific community. The conceptual and applicable knowledge shared, will also foster organizational collaborations to nurture scientific accelerations.

The conference proceedings were carried out through various Scientific-sessions and plenary lectures, of which the following Speakers were highlighted as Keynote speakers: Jodie A DaShore, Integrative neurosensory Associates, USA, Alok Sharma, Neuro Gen Brain & Spine Institute, India, Aleida Lanza, CEO of Zoelogix, USA, Christina Adams, Former National Public Radio commentator and Author, USA

The conference witnessed an amalgamation of peerless speakers, Keynote speakers, well-known researchers and delegates who enlightened the crowd with their enviable research knowledge and on various alluring topics related to the field of Autism through their fabulous presentations at the podium of Autism 2017.   

Conferenceseries LLC offers its heartfelt appreciation to all the Organizing Committee Members, Chairs and Co-chairs, Speakers, Students, Media Partners and Editorial Board Members of Autism-Open Access, Journal of Neurology & Neurophysiology, Journal of School and Cognitive Psychology, Journal of Child and Adolescent Behaviour, and Journal of Psychological Abnormalities who supported the conference in every aspect for the awe-inspiring exhibition at the venue.

We are also obliged to various delegate experts, company representatives and other eminent personalities who supported the conference by facilitating active discussion forums. We sincerely thank the Organizing Committee Members: Alok Sharma, Director of the NeuroGen Brain & Spine Institute, India, Sarah Crawford, Professor at  Southern Connecticut State University, USA, Nagwa Able Meguid, Head of the Department of Research on Children with Special Needs at the National Research Center, Egypt, and Francisco José Montero Bancalero   , Professor at Osuna University, Spain

So as continuation of Autism 2016, we would like to heartily invite you to our upcoming 3rd International Conference on Autism scheduled at Los Angeles, USA during August 21-22, 2016.

We look forward to see your benign presence with active contribution and support to make this event successful once more

 


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