Twin Falls (ID) (KMVT, KTWT-TV)
One in 50 childrren is now diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. Every child is different and every challange handled in unique ways to help each child and the parents.
If you are struggling for support, answers and help join a panel of local experts as they talk about the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of autism. Early intervention is the key.
The free seminar is a question and answer atmosphere.
Thursday May 9th at 6PM.
It will be held at St Luke's Magic Valley Oak Rooms (lower level) at 801 Pole Line Rd West in Twin Falls.
To register call RSVP line at 208-814-0095.
The panel includes Dr. Sam Pullen a Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist.
Pediatrician Dr. Jack Trotter, Child and Adolesent Psychologist Dr. Luke Bossard, and Speech-Language Pathologist Amy Starr.
For more information you can listen to Laura Stewart from St. Luke's Magic Valley as she sits down with Idaho's First News Diane Dean to explain the seminar.
The seminar will be recorded and put on youtube for those who could not attend.