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Northern California Autism Symposium 2017 Presentation Materials

Presentation Slides

Thank you to the presenters who made their presentation slides available! All files are pdf format.

Overview of Eating Behavior and Nutrition Concerns

Veronica VanCleave-Hunt | Nutrition and Food Science Graduate, Student Coordinator of the Autism Clinic Teen Group Food Lab

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Northern California Autism Symposium Session Descriptions

Day 1 Sessions

Overview of Eating Behavior and Nutrition Concerns

Friday, Session 1 • 9:30–10:30AM
Veronica VanCleave-Hunt | Nutrition and Food Science Graduate, Student Coordinator of the Autism Clinic Teen Group Food Lab

Clone of Northern California Autism Symposium 2017

Over the past 10 years there has been an increase in children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Current CDC reports place the rate of children diagnosed with ASD in the US at 1:68. Though there continues to be new theories about what causes ASD, there is still no scientifically proven cause or cure. As a growing population of adults with ASD continue to share their experiences, there is a growing trend of ASD acceptance and culture.

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Northern California Autism Symposium 2017

The response has been overwhelming and we are so pleased that inaugural symposium was a success! We are so grateful to all of the presenters who shared knowledge, experiences, and invaluable information with their audiences. We are grateful to all of the attendees who listened, learned, particpated, and shared their own knowledge and experiences with each other. We are grateful to the many volunteers who helped to make the event run smoothly, and to Far Northern Regional Center for making it possible for many families to attend.