In honor of the 11th annual World Autism Awareness Day

ORLANDO, FL, April 03, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — Plasticity Brain Centers of Orlando will be hosting a workshop on autism and developmental challenges. The event will take place from 9 a.m. – noon on Saturday, Apr. 7 at 2000 N Alafaya Trail, Suite 600, Orlando, FL.

The event is free to attend, but donations will be accepted and all proceeds will go to the Orlando Repertory Theatre (The REP). The REP is a Florida-based nonprofit organization that produces sensory-friendly performances that are specifically modified for individuals with sensory processing disorders and special needs. Attendees must be at least 16 years old, but must be accompanied by an adult if they’re under 18 years old.

“We’re holding this event to help raise awareness of Autism Spectrum Disorder, as well as the treatments available for those diagnosed with ASD,” said Dr. Emily Kalambaheti, DC, DACNB. “We are often approached by parents who have questions about their children with ASD, and we thought this would be an excellent opportunity to provide answers to their questions from a multidisciplinary perspective. It’s also a great opportunity to get to know the people in our community and raise money for a wonderful organization, The Orlando Repertory Theatre.”

The event will include a meet-and-greet, several presentations, and lunch served by Fresh Kitchen (with gluten-free and dairy-free options available). The schedule of events will proceed as follows:

9:00 AM- Coffee/Tea Meet-and-Greet
9:15 AM- Opening Remarks by Dr. Matthew M. Antonucci,
9:30 AM- Infantile/Primitive Reflexes: What are they and why do you want them gone? by Dr. Emily Kalambaheti
10:00 AM- Case Studies of Children with Autism: an integrative pediatrician’s approach by Dr. Joseph Cannizzaro
10:30 AM- Behavior Basics – Applied Behavioral Analysis by Dr. Ian Gesundheit
11:00 AM- How Diet May Affect your Child’s Success by Dr. Cyd Williams
11:30 AM- Information about Sensory-Friendly Children’s Musicals by the Orlando Repertory Theatre
11:45 AM- Closing Remarks by Dr. Matthew M. Antonucci
12:00 PM- Lunch and guided tour of Plasticity Brain Centers of Orlando

We ask that all who plan to attend the event RSVP by Wednesday, Apr. 4 so that we can ensure there are enough refreshments for everyone. Attendees are encouraged to invite family, friends, and healthcare providers to the event.

World Autism Awareness Day was created in 2008 to bring individual autism organizations together all around the world to aid in things like research, diagnosis, treatment, and overall awareness for those with the disorder.

For more information on the event, or to register to attend, please visit:

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