January 13, 2009 — In 2008, Renee Tocco, DC, formed the American Chiropractic Autism Board (ACAB).  The ACAB has a world-class board of advisors that bring extraordinary expertise concerning autism spectrum disorder care and represent the many different facets of recovery. This board oversees “Hope for Autism” the first BioNutritional Care certification program ever designed specifically for chiropractors. Hope for Autism will equip chiropractors to care for these disorders utilizing the BioNutritional approach.  

The ACAB is hosting a string of events in order to get the word out about its association. The three-day conference, which will take place May 15-17, 2009, will be held in Charleston, SC. 

“The 2009 International Vaccine Risk Symposium” will be held on the first day of the conference, and will bring together some of the best medical minds who will validate and expose the latest research on the dangers of vaccines.  In addition, a 2000 Canadian Olympic Gold Medalist swimmer will be releasing her new book about her loss of health due to chlorine and vaccines. 

 During the final two days of the conference, the ACAB will present “Hope for Autism,” which is a certification seminar that will equip chiropractors to responsibly address autism, ADD, learning disabilities, and other neurological developmental problems using BioNutritional Care. Doctors of chiropractic that complete the certification conference will be added to the ACAB’s online referral directory. This course will be CCE accredited.

The benefits of being a certified “Hope for Autism” doctor include:

• Offering hope to the number 1 healthcare crisis affecting children;

• Meeting the demand of parents who are desperately searching for a physician to help their child recover;

• Being a part of the movement of chiropractors who are dedicated to healing our nation; and

• Increasing patient base complementing autism care and chiropractic, allowing for the best opportunity of recovery.

Source: American Chiropractic Autism Board, www.americanchiropracticautismboard.com